Air New Zealand said its fuel savings initiative is on track to see the airline reduce its CO2 emissions by more than 100,000 tonnes. GM-Airline Operations David Morgan told media in Auckland that "so far our flight operations program has delivered 91,000 tonnes in reduced carbon emissions in just over three years. We had a goal of topping 100,000 tonnes within five years and we look like beating that by almost two years." ANZ's fuel program includes "reducing weight on aircraft, more ...

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