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Air Canada announces Bolloré Logistics as first cargo customer to join Leave Less Travel Program

Nov 17, 2022

Air Canada announced today that Bolloré Logistics has become the first Air Canada Cargo customer to join the Leave Less Travel Program, which offers corporate and cargo customers effective options to offset or reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to business travel or freight transportation, and reduce their carbon footprint. Bolloré Logistics has agreed to compensate a significant portion of its GHG emissions associated with its projected shipments with Air Canada Cargo with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) which represents a purchase of 620,000 litres in 2022. This participation in Air Canada’s Leave Less Travel Program will enable Bolloré Logistics to reduce its Scope 3 GHG emissions.

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