Malaysia Airlines, Firefly to recycle 50% airline cabin waste by 2025

Malaysia Airlines and Firefly aim to recycle and up-cycle 50% of in-flight and ground waste by 2025 onwards. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Passengers on board Malaysia Airlines and Firefly can expect a more sustainable flight experience with 50% of in-flight and ground waste to be recycled and up-cycled by 2025 onwards.

Both carriers also aim to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 as part of a newly launched sustainability blueprint by parent company Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG).

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