The world’s first carbon neutral airline, Nature Air, has been named the Overall Winner in Conde Nast Traveler’s World Savers Awards in the airline category. Among 32 honorees chosen from 164 applicants for the prestigious award, Nature Air was recognized as an industry leader in addressing issues of global poverty, health, education and environmental depredation.
The Costa Rica-based airline was acknowledged for comprehensive efforts to compensate for its carbon emissions and social initiatives to promote education and the general welfare in the regions they operate.
“Our efforts are aimed at raising the standard of living in the destinations we fly to, while offering an exceptional experience to our passengers” said Alex Khajavi, Founder and CEO of Nature Air. “Awards like World Savers help confirm that we are on the right track, and strengthen a growing community of socially responsible industry pioneers that are on the same path.”