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TAG tackles carbon footprint on the ground
TAG customers can now go green from their front doors directly to the jet with partner Go Zero Travel's all-electric Tesla fleet of cars.
Go Zero Travel will be undertaking ground transfers for TAG clients.

Farnborough airport-based TAG Aviation is to collaborate with Go Zero Travel for ground transfers. Go Zero Travel is a corporate chauffeur service synonymous with sustainability and carbon net zero travel throughout London and the home counties. Go Zero’s 100 per cent Tesla fleet has been supporting companies that are also focused on sustainability and corporate social responsibility such as Microsoft, US electric vehicle company Rivian and California-based golf equipment producer Taylor Made.

TAG Aviation recognises its role as a responsible operator within the business aviation world and seeks opportunities to reduce its carbon footprint that span initiatives in its offices and bases to voluntarily offsetting flights.

The relationship makes ground travel completely green for passengers, from their jet to the front door.

“We are delighted to be working with Go Zero Travel. It complements our sustainability offerings and delivers excellent service, which is imperative to our business,” says TAG Aviation Europe CEO Jo Goodall.

Go Zero Travel started its journey in 2018 and has since covered 299,049 net green miles, which is further than the distance to the moon, and saved 87,000kg of Co2 which is the equivalent to filling 322 London double decker buses.

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