In 2016, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) adopted the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) to address CO2 emissions from international aviation. It aims to stabilize net CO2 emissions at 2020 levels. The aviation sector is also committed to reduce its net CO2 emissions to half of what they were in 2005, by 2050. — CORSIA Factsheet by IATA
Choose Berjaya Air’s Jojo Flight and travel like an eco-warrior.
Berjaya Air operates an ATR42-500 aircraft which is known for its unbeatable fuel efficiency. Propeller aircrafts are much more fuel efficient compared to jet planes. This means lesser fuel consumption, reducing our carbon footprint.
A seamless journey to Redang Island.
The airline offers direct flight to Redang Island, a popular holiday destination with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The island itself is an ecological wonder as all the reefs around this area are protected by the Marine & Fisheries Department.
Stay at The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort and support Berjaya’s conservation efforts.
The resort houses a SEATRU Turtle Lab, the first of its kind public-viewing laboratory located in a resort in Malaysia. While you’re on holiday, you get to learn more about sea turtle and its life cycle. You’ll also have the opportunity to witness turtle hatchlings being released into the sea during the hatching season.
An environmentally-friendly way to enjoy Redang.
Snorkelling is a great way to explore and learn more about our marine environment. With crystal-clear water at The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort, underwater visibility is near perfect. Join our Turtle Discovery Snorkelling Experience to see colourful corals and swim with Jojo, our resident turtle.
Let’s preserve the beauty of our marine environment.
Another plus point is The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort always emphasises on coastal and marine conservation. The resort has been organising frequent underwater and beach clean-ups. Not merely on its own private beach, but also other beaches and surrounding waters of Redang Island.