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March 01, 2011

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I am happy to see the green movement go to the air lines and the FAA. It never hurts to try and clean up our home. It is especially important for the air lines because every person breaths the air. I think an easy start to this movement would be the rerouting of planes for a more efficient travel. As said above, it is not only helping the Earth, but it is also saving passengers time and keeps money in their pockets. If air lines are saving money from the use of less oil, this may help keep down the air line prices.

I have heard about green solvents and cleaners that are being used on planes to wash them or clean the oil. I hope that this may be something that the ASPIRE could look into. It is great to hear about initiatives being used to green the travel.

This is a great movement and I hope to see more air lines catching on and trying to improve themselves and challenge themselves to go green. It will be extremely interesting to see what happens with this group and how far they can go.

This is fantastic news, but once again despite many talks of being green Australia falls short and Air New Zealand are the first to go green with ASPIRE.
We would love to see Qantas qualify some ASPIRE flights and get Australia on the map in terms of greener flights!

This is fantastic news. Realy!

This is a great movement and I hope to see more air lines catching on and trying to improve themselves and challenge themselves to go green.

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