easyJet has become the first airline in the world to sign a contract with Airbus for its carbon-removal initiative.
Available through the Airbus Carbon Capture Offer, the technology uses Direct Air Carbon Capture and Storage (DACCS), to offer airlines worldwide carbon removal credits to advance their decarbonisation goals.
The technology is complementary to other carbon reduction technologies such as the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
DACCS technology filters and removes CO2 emissions directly from the air using high powered extraction fans. Once removed from the air, the CO2 is safely and permanently stored in underground reservoirs.
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