43 Air Elite Network Members achieve Carbon Neutrality


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Houston, TX – Air Elite by World Fuel (Air Elite) recently announced that 43 member locations have become carbon-neutral. Working with Air Elite’s network locations, World Fuel Services’ affiliate, World Kinect Energy Services, analysed the member’s energy use and retired carbon offsets to compensate for their 2019 scope 1 and scope 2 carbon emissions. World Kinect Energy Services is a global leader in sustainability consulting, renewable energy and carbon solutions. Additionally, Air Elite and World Fuel Services has launched the same process to balance its 2020 scope 1 and scope 2 carbon emissions and has committed to becoming a sustainable network in 2020 and beyond.

The 43 Air Elite member locations who have achieved carbon neutrality for 2019 include:

CYWG Fast Air Jet Centre Winnipeg, Canada

EDDL Jet Aviation Düsseldorf, Germany

EGBB XLR Executive Jet Centre Birmingham, United Kingdom

EGGW Harrods Aviation London – Luton, United Kingdom

EGSS Harrods Aviation London – Stansted, United Kingdom

ESSB Grafair Jet Center Stockholm, Sweden

KBED Jet Aviation – Boston Bedford, Massachusetts KCPS Jet Aviation – St. Louis Cahokia, Illinois

KDAL Jet Aviation Dallas, Texas

KDHN Aero-One Aviation Dothan, Alabama

KDLH Monaco Air Duluth Duluth, Minnesota

KFNL Fort Collins-Loveland jetCenter Loveland, Colorado

KFTY Hill Aircraft Atlanta, Georgia

KHND Henderson Executive Airport Henderson, Nevada KHOU Jet Aviation Houston, Texas

KIAD Jet Aviation Washington/Dulles, Virginia

KLBE Vee Neal Aviation Latrobe, Pennsylvania

KLEB Granite Air Center West Lebanon, New Hampshire

KLGB Ross Aviation Long Beach, California

KLNK Silverhawk Aviation Lincoln, Nebraska

KPBI Jet Aviation West Palm Beach, Florida

KPHX Swift Aviation Phoenix, Arizona

KPTK Maven by Midfield Waterford, Michigan

KSRQ Ross Aviation – Rectrix Sarasota, Florida

KSSI Golden Isles Aviation St. Simons Island, Georgia KTEB Jet Aviation Teterboro, New Jersey

KVGT North Las Vegas Airport Las Vegas, Nevada KVNY Clay Lacy Aviation Van Nuys, California

LFPB Dassault Falcon Service Paris – le Bourget, France

LSGG Jet Aviation Geneva, Switzerland

LSZH Jet Aviation Zurich, Switzerland

OMDB Jet Aviation Dubai, United Arab Emirates

PANC Great Circle Flight Services Anchorage, Alaska (Operated by Ross Aviation)

RKSS Avjet Asia -SGBAC Seoul, South Korea

SCEL FBO Aerocardal Limitada Santiago, Chile

SDCO World-Way Aviation Sorocaba, Brazil

SEQM Ecuacentair Quito, Ecuador

TJSJ Jet Aviation San Juan, Puerto Rico

WSSL Jet Aviation Singapore

YBBN Jet Aviation Brisbane, Australia

YBCS Jet Aviation Cairns, Australia

YPPH Jet Aviation Perth, Australia

YSSY Jet Aviation Sydney, Australia

In addition to their Air Elite member locations, Jet Aviation made its operations carbon-neutral at the following six locations:

EHAM Jet Aviation Amsterdam, Netherlands

OEJN Jet Aviation Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

OERK Jet Aviation Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

EHRD Jet Aviation Rotterdam, The Hague, Netherlands KVNY Jet Aviation Van Nuys, California

LOWW Jet Aviation Vienna, Austria

The three newest Air Elite locations for 2021 have also committed to becoming carbon-neutral for 2021 and beyond:

KBZN Jet Aviation Bozeman, Montana

KSDL Jet Aviation Scottsdale, Arizona

KSNA Clay Lacy Aviation Orange County, California

Larry Wade, president, Golden Isles Aviation, and Air Elite board chair: “Sustainability is an important responsibility for our industry and is a growing desire for our customers. In response, Air Elite has started its sustainability journey. I am proud of the 43 Air Elite members who have stepped up to make their operations carbon-neutral. That’s not an easy investment in this COVID era. Regardless, they have taken the first strides to set a path for Air Elite to be a carbon-neutral network, as well as supporting sustainability initiatives going forward.”

Achieving carbon neutrality at 43 locations is a meaningful initial action in Air Elite’s vision of becoming a sustainable network. In association with World Fuel, the network intends to expand the sustainability program by providing conservation programs, renewable energy and expanded offset options to decarbonize their operations.

Steve Drzymalla, senior vice president for business aviation bulk fuel, World Fuel Services, stated: “We applaud the decision of Air Elite’s leadership to pursue carbon neutrality. With our solutions, we are in the position to help network members easily achieve their carbon reduction goals. With our first Sustainable Aviation Fuel shipments in 2014 to the addition of selling fuel bundled with offsets in our FBO software, World Fuel Services has and will continue to commit our resources to create a more sustainable future for our customers and the aviation industry.”