Alaska Airlines has a long and proud tradition as an aviation pioneer – and now we are applying that innovative spirit to sustainability issues as well.
On November 9 Alaska will launch the first of 75 scheduled biofuels-powered flights. The first, Flight # 2 will go from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Washington Reagan National Airport in Washington DC. The second, Flight # 2181 will head from Seattle to Portland.
We also want you to share your thoughts and opinions as we take this step. During the maiden voyage we will host the #FlyGreen Chat – a digital, Twitter-based discussion onboard Flight # 2 – to talk about the future of aviation, sustainability and environmental awareness. Shortly after takeoff you can use your Twitter account to connect with Alaska Airlines’ top sustainability expert, along with other important voices from the aviation industry. From increasing onboard recycling to more fuel-efficient planes, aviation sustainability is an important topic that will drive cleaner skies today and into the future. We hope to hear from you.
You can get more details by following #FlyGreen and participate in the conversation starting today.
Date & Time
Wednesday, November 9 2011 from 2:45pm - 3:45pm (PST)Add to Calendar
Twitter-based discussion from onboard an Alaska Airlines flight #2
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