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Thai Vietjet, in cooperation with Seub Nakhasathien Foundation, officially announced the partnership, launching ‘Fly Green Fund’, inviting the airline’s passengers and the public to donate to the project. This will support Seub Nakhasathien Foundation’s environmental activities to continue protecting, preserving, and defending the forest and the threatened wildlife.
‘Fly Green Fund’ originated from Vietjet’s ‘Fly Green’ project, aiming to ultimately support the foundation’s environmental projects and activities throughout Thailand.
Woranate Laprabang, CEO of Thai Vietjet said: “Our mission is not only to bring the chance for everyone to travel with joyful flight, but also to have the responsibility with the society and community. This fund was established with the name Fly Green as our action on the responsibility to the environment protection. We believe in the brighter life with the green earth by contribution from every people in the world.”
“In the past 30 years, we and other environmental organizations have bravely entered the Anthropocene by committing to our works to the utmost. Whatever the result shall be, we will continue doing our best to protect the environment and mother nature.” said Sasin Chalermlab, president of Seub Nakhasathien Foundation.
The airline is the very first airline in the world to revolutionise the aviation industry by adopting a wide range of energy-saving policies, including receiving more aircraft with energy-saving innovations to the fleet, such as Airbus A321neo ACF.