Air BP Sterling Card holders flying out of a Signature FBO will be able to offset emissions from travel beginning in 2018
Signature Flight Support announced today that Air BP Sterling Card holders will soon be able to fly using carbon-neutral fuel under a new agreement with the aviation division of BP.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2018, the carbon emissions from jet fuel purchased by Air BP Sterling Card holders at any participating Signature FBO location in the U.S. will be offset via BP Target Neutral, BP’s voluntary carbon offsetting program. This joint approach to carbon reduction shows the commitment of two major players in the business aviation market to achieve a lower-carbon future.
“We are proud to be amongst first-movers in the business and general aviation industry. Signature is committed to excellent corporate social responsibility in all facets of our business. The ability for aircraft operators to offset their carbon by using the Air BP Sterling Card to purchase fuel is another step forward in this journey,” said Maria A. Sastre, President and Chief Operating Officer for Signature Flight Support.
As part of this collaboration, Signature and Air BP will increase their Sterling Card acceptance network in the U.S. to more than 100 FBOs.