JetBlue's Domestic Flights Will Be Carbon Neutral by July

Airline partners with Carbonfund.org and Neste to achieve the goal.

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JetBlue’s planning to make some serious sustainability strides in 2020.

The budget airline has plans to offset carbon emissions on all domestic flights by July, and will also begin using sustainable jet fuel on flights out of San Francisco International Airport sometime this year as part of a broader plan to prepare for what it calls a “new climate reality.”

In doing so, JetBlue will be come the first of the major U.S. carriers aiming to become carbon neutral.

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