The Air Charter Association (ACA) has partnered with 4Air to offer member companies sustainability support including carbon offsetting. The agreement between the two organizations enables members to immediately begin offsetting emissions.

Specifically, ACA members will have four offsetting options that start at the entry level and can be expanded as client demand increases. The offsetting options will support operators, FBOs, brokers, and the broader industry.

“With 4Air, we’ve put together a program that removes the difficult groundwork companies have to undertake when setting sustainability initiatives,” said Chris Mace, chair of ACA’s sustainability and innovation working group. “This scheme provides a clear roadmap for companies to carbon offset, without the hassle of researching the wide range of options available on the market.”

ACA unveiled the partnership with 4Air at its Air Charter Expo earlier this week at London Biggin Hill Airport, which was attended by a record 1,350 delegates and featured more than 90 exhibitors and 20 aircraft on static display.


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