NBAA recently formed the Maintenance Committee’s new Sustainability Subcommittee to help aviation managers identify and implement the best ways to reduce their operation’s carbon footprint. “Combining multiple [sustainability] options, instead of waiting for or depending on a single solution, will allow businesses to explore and attain their sustainability goals sooner,” noted subcommittee Co-Chair Jessica McClintock, vice-president for global accounts at FuelerLinx.
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Stewart D’Leon, NBAA director, environmental and technical operations
Brock Jordan, co-chair, NBAA Sustainability Subcommittee and chief pilot, Netflix
Jessica McClintock, co-chair, NBAA Sustainability Subcommittee and vice president, global accounts, FuelerLinx
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