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Jet.AI puts DynoFlight in reach of FL3XX customers
Operators utilising the FL3XX platform will gain access to the DynoFlight carbon offset platform and its carbon dioxide removal credits.
Read this story in our March 2024 printed issue.

Jet.AI is to introduce its DynoFlight carbon offset platform to hundreds of FL3XX customers in the first quarter of this year. The integration is expected to empower private aircraft operators utilising the FL3XX platform to gain effortless access to DynoFlight, the emissions offsetting platform it launched in September last year, that features Carbon Dioxide Removal credits that actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it, giving aviation businesses a straight-forward way to fund the direct extraction of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Executive chairman and founder Mike Winston says: "With DynoFlight, operators on the FL3XX platform can now transparently and easily remove from the atmosphere every ounce of carbon emitted by a given flight."

FL3XX CEO Paolo Sommariva adds: "We are very excited to welcome DynoFlight to our platform. Integrating DynoFlight aligns with our mission to offer cutting-edge solutions to our extensive global customer base. This move is a significant step towards simplifying and improving the process of carbon offsetting, thereby contributing to more sustainable aviation practices."

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