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The ACA offers sustainability planning with 4Air
The ACA has put together a programme that removes the difficult groundwork companies have to undertake when setting sustainability initiatives. This scheme provides a clear roadmap for companies to carbon offset.
A busy day at ACE'22 at London Biggin Hill airport.

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) has confirmed its partnership with 4Air, offering its member companies support with sustainability initiatives including a carbon offsetting scheme.

The agreement between The ACA and 4Air, whose emissions offsetting and sustainability planning service is designed specifically for aviation, will supply ACA members with comprehensive and transparent options to immediately start offsetting their emissions.

The scheme provides four offsetting options, starting at entry-level which can be developed more as demand from clients increases. 4Air's offsetting schemes offer support to operators as well as FBOs, brokers and the wider aviation industry.

Chris Mace, chair of The ACA's sustainability and innovation working group, says: “Our partnership with 4Air enables us to demonstrate what the wider aviation industry is already doing. We aim to significantly increase the adoption of this important sustainability tool for the industry and to be able to amalgamate our members combined efforts to achieve tangible results.

“With 4Air, we've put together a programme that removes the difficult groundwork companies have to undertake when setting sustainability initiatives. 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.”

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