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(Ontario, Canada) According to National Geographic News, people are more likely to die from exposure to plane exhaust’s toxic pollutants than in a plane crash. In the past few years, airplane crashes have resulted in a few thousand deaths annually, whereas emissions from planes kill about 10,000 people yearly. In the past, it was believed the only emissions harmful to people were the ones emitted when a plane was taking off or landing. New research has shown that unregulated emissions from planes flying over 3,000 feet were responsible for the majority of deaths.
In an effort to reduce the impact on the environment and avoid contributing to the air pollution epidemic, Jettly has renewed its dedication to clean flying by launching a clean air commitment campaign.
“In addition to utilizing technology to reduce the pollution of our planes such as turboprop engines and turbofan, we also donate … Read More