Aeromexico Launches 'Green Operations' to San Jose, Costa Rica

Aeromexico announced the airline will be operating “green”' flights from Mexico City, Mexico to San Jose, Costa Rica with Next Generation Boeing 737s, as part of its Vuelos Verdes (Green Flights) program. The flights, which use a mixture of biofuel and fossil jet fuel provided by Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA), were officially launched Tuesday.

The biofuel is a mixture of hydrocarbons produced from oils obtained from plants grown in marginal areas or desert and jet fuel mixed with fossil fuels.

In coordination with ASA, the airline made the decision to conduct green flights to Costa Rica due to the country's strong commitment to improve the quality of the environment through concrete actions.

The weekly flights will use 85 percent of fossil jet fuel and 15 percent biofuel, along with other initiatives to optimize fuel consumption. This combined with onboard service design and waste management upon arrival in San Jose, minimize the total environmental footprint of each flight.

Additionally, Aeromexico will screen a video onboard the flights, to inform passengers about its initiative and the benefits that come with saving water and electrical energy onboard the aircraft with small adjustments such as keeping the window blinds closed, maintaining a sustainable lifestyle, etc.


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