We offer 'zero-impact' flights through our carbon offset program, aiming to make aviation sustainable. We believe that the power of change lies in the accumulation of small actions that transform everyday life. For this reason, we have committed ourselves to make private jet chartering conscious and responsible. To assist us in this mission, as of July 2023, Fast Private Jet has joined the first and only sustainability solutions program dedicated to private aviation, managed by 4AIR.
According to a study conducted by the European Environmental Agency, it is revealed that aircraft are responsible for approximately 2% of total CO2 emissions, and Business Aviation contributes to 0.04% of the total CO2 emissions. In recent years, efforts have been made to reduce emissions through the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), and investments are being made in research for new hybrid and electric flight systems that are more environmentally friendly. With a growing demand, Fast Private Jet has decided to introduce a compensation program as an integral part of its sustainability program in collaboration with 4AIR.
Joining the carbon offset program is a voluntary and conscious action that can be requested during the booking phase of a private flight. Our Private Aviation Advisors team, at the time of listing, will propose the possibility of contributing to the program through a fixed fee system, per hour flown. All proceeds will be donated to three projects carefully selected by Fast Private Jet: The Envira Amazonia Project in Brazil, Cururos Wind Farm in Chile, and the Chyulu Hills Redd+ Project in Kenya. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
The Envira Amazonia Project
The Envira Amazonia Project engages in the forest conservation of 39,300.6 hectares in a 200,000-hectare property in Acre.
The Envira Amazonia Project is a climate, community and biodiversity protection project.
Cururos Wind Farm
Cururos Wind Farm is a true wind farm, comprising two wind farms, "El Pacifico" and "La Cebada," with an average annual production of 290 GWh, capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by about 173,819 tCO2e per year. This project aims to contribute to the sustainable development of the country.
Chyulu Hills Redd+ promotes climate change mitigation and adaptation, restores biodiversity, and creates alternative livelihoods to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (Redd+), covering an area of 410,533.84 hectares.