At Jetstar, we take our environmental and social responsibilities seriously.

We’re working hard to reduce our environmental footprint through continual improvements to fuel efficiency and electricity consumption as well as reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. We offset our employee corporate travel and we’re active in commercialising and adopting aviation biofuel.

Join us in transforming the aviation industry into a truly sustainable global transport system. For less than you think, you can help us make a difference.

Did you know? A return flight from Sydney to Melbourne can be offset for less than $2?

Who can fly carbon neutral?

Our Fly Carbon Neutral program is available to all our passengers travelling on Jetstar Airways (JQ) flights – hooray!

How can you offset?

To go carbon neutral, simply offset your flight when you book on jetstar.com.

Fly Carbon Neutral Program Terms and Conditions

Certified by the Australian Government

Our voluntary Fly Carbon Neutral program is certified and independently verified under the Australian Government’s Climate Active Carbon Neutral Certification Products and Services.

Your contribution

Fly carbon neutral with Jetstar and 100% of your contribution is used to purchase offsets from verified carbon offset projects in Australia and around the world. These offsets mitigate your share of the unavoidable carbon emissions released during your flight.

Our projects

Our Fly Carbon Neutral program invests in three types of projects:

Conservation  Protecting forests to prevent emissions from being released into the atmosphere 
Restoration  Restoring biodiverse vegetation to remove emissions from the atmosphere
Innovation Investing in energy efficiency initiatives and technological developments that reduce the amount of emissions reaching the atmosphere

Learn more

Find out more about the kinds of projects your contributions support when you fly carbon neutral:

What's next?

With your help, Jetstar and the Qantas Group will reach its goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. We’ve come a long way but there’s more to do. Join us as we work towards a low emissions future!