ORLANDO, FL – October 18, 2022 - GE Honda Aero Engines (GHAE) today announced 4AIR, LLC as the environmental offset provider for its customers. The new relationship with 4AIR provides HF120 customers access to comprehensive sustainability programs that offset their environmental impact from flight emissions.
“Sustainability solutions remain at the forefront of GE Honda Aero Engines product offerings as demonstrated by our recent 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) testing with the HF120 engine,” said Melvyn Heard, president of the GE Honda Aero Engines. “As part of our sustainability strategy, we are committed to working for and with our customers to help them achieve their own sustainability goals.”
With 4AIR, GHAE can provide competitive levels of carbon offset commitments for customers to compensate for today’s emissions. As private aviation continues to grow, environmental offset commitments are going to be necessary to meet industry and global climate goals.
GHAE customers are now able to leverage important carbon offset programs such as in forestry and renewable energy, to make meaningful commitments to reduce emissions equivalent to those emitted from flying.
4AIR offerings include:
About GE Honda Aero Engines
GE and Honda formed a 50/50 joint venture in 2004, called GE Honda Aero Engines, based in Burlington, North Carolina. The joint company integrates the resources of GE Aviation and Honda Aero, Inc., a Honda subsidiary established to manage its aviation engine business.
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