Tui Travel beats 2015 carbon target

The firm is claiming to be one of Europe’s greenest airline operators after meeting a target to cut CO2 emissions per passenger kilometre

Tui Travel, one of the world’s largest holiday companies and airline operators, has met one of its 2015 carbon targets a year early.

The firm cut its emissions per passenger kilometre by 3.2% to 70.7 grams during 2013, the firm announced on 9 January.

This is 9.3% below 2008 emissions and more than its 9% target for 2015.

Tui claims this makes it one of the most carbon-efficient travel operators in Europe. The company operates six airlines worldwide including Thomson Airways in the UK.

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