Hawaiian Airlines has earned the first-ever aviation based carbon credits, having reduced its CO2 emissions by nearly 22,000 metric tons over the past six years using an  eco-friendly engine washing technology developed by Pratt & Whitney. “We are proud to be the first airline to receive verified carbon credits for reducing emissions,” said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian president and CEO. “Importantly, engine washing with EcoPower is helping us to mitigate rising ...

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