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Air Transat takes Flight Centre award

Air Transat takes Flight Centre awardFlight Centre Canada along with its corporate division, Corporate Traveller, is pleased to announce that Air Transat has won the company’s 5th Annual Sustainable travel award established to recognize the industry supplier that has made the greatest effort to minimize their environmental impact. The award was presented to them at Flight Centre’s annual black-tie Balls held recently in both Toronto and Vancouver. Air Transat was chosen because of its demonstrated commitment combined with measurable results at every level of the business worldwide. The company has shown exceptional leadership applying more than a dozen measures to reduce their carbon emissions including one of the most advanced fuel management programs in the industry, earning the first LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Platinum award in Canada for their head office, and being named the world’s first certified green airline by the World Green Aviation Council. Seen here, from l to r, during the Vancouver event are Yolanda Moran, vice-president, retail Canada for Flight Centre. Greg Dixon, president of Flight Centre. Paula Rizos, Western Canada sales director for Air Transat. and Jason Hartley, vice-president, product & marketing for Flight Centre.