FlyOnE, a leading sustainable aviation company, has announced the expansion of its electric aircraft flight routes in Western Australia to include decarbonised air taxi transport to 17 additional locations.

The new routes, already active now, cover popular destinations such as Wadjemup (Rottnest) Island, Bunbury, Margaret River, and Esperance, providing convenient and eco-friendly transportation options for both locals and tourists.

The fleet of decarbonised air taxis currently flying these routes will be transitioned to electric aircraft, powered by renewable energy sources, as FlyOnE takes delivery of new aircraft in the coming years, eventually making them a zero-emission mode of transportation.

The current ICE fleet will have their emissions carbon offset by reforestation contributions on every flight, offsetting up to 2 tonnes of CO2 per flight.

However, the current ICE aircraft only emit an average of 92kG of CO2 per charter route. This move aligns with FlyOnE’s mission to create a more sustainable future for the aviation industry.

FlyOnE’s CEO, Korum Ellis, said: “We are thrilled to expand our sustainable aviation services in Western Australia. Our electric aircraft have already proven to be a success in reducing aviation costs and carbon emissions, and we are excited to bring decarbonised air transport to more locations.

“This expansion is a testament to our commitment to promoting sustainable travel and reducing the environmental impact of air travel.”Subscribe to the FINN weekly newsletter

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