Singapore Airlines goes green and donates to rainforest initiative

In a time where customers are increasingly aware of their own carbon footprint, many travelers are looking for airlines that are doing their part to help preserve the environment while still offering a comfortable flight experience. A new announcement by Singapore Airlines is aimed to show passengers that they care about the environment.

Singapore Airlines recently announced that has donated $3 million for its first major involvement in a large-scale green project that is expected to have long-term sustainable benefits.

The funds that the airline donated will go to supporting the Harapan Rainforest Initiative, a collaboration group between international non-government organizations that include BirdLife International and Burung Indonesia, according to the airline.

"Singapore Airlines is pleased and excited to be the exclusive airline partner of the Harapan Rainforest Initiative, a project which boasts tangible environmental benefits not just for Indonesia, but for the international community as well," said Bey Soo Khiang, senior executive vice president of marketing for the airlines. "Our support will be for the long term and further down the road we hope to get out customers as well as our staff involved."ADNFCR-3467-ID-19929912-ADNFCR


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