Fly More Responsibly Offset The Carbon Footprint Of Your Flight

The airline industry is responsible for nearly 3% of the global carbon dioxide emissions and it's time for us and you to make an impact by choosing to offset our carbon footprint. To combat climate change we have partnered with CHOOOSE, who will empower both you and us to address the emissions from traveling by supporting high-impact climate projects around the world that make a difference.

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Every action counts and to push our effort toward carbon offsetting further we have partnered with CHOOOSE. With CHOOOSE’s state-of-the-art digital tools, we can seamlessly integrate climate action into everyday life by calculating our carbon footprint and at the same time contribute to trusted, pre-vetted climate projects.

Be among one of the thousands of travelers who chose to offset their travel carbon footprint.

Address your carbon footprint

Join us and CHOOOSE to combat climate change and fly more responsibly by addressing the carbon emissions from your flight Add carbon offsetting to your flight support high-impact climate projects.

Our efforts Toward sustainability

  • Planted over 7000+ trees by partnering with One Tree Planted.
  • Free Carbon offsetting for our customers on selected flights & routes.
  • Partnered with CHOOOSE to address and offset the carbon footprint of the flights booked through Cheapflightsfares.
  • Enabling our customers to choose flights with a lower carbon footprint.

"The type of offsetting projects that CHOOOSE is socializing and promoting represents the best standards of international emission reductions available today"

Niclas Svenningsen

Manager, Global Climate Action at UNFCCC


When you offset your travel footprint with Cheapflightsfares you're supporting verified carbon-reducing projects.


  • What is a carbon footprint?

    A carbon footprint is defined by the greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with any specific activity or transaction. The carbon footprint is often broken down into 3 scopes of emissions:

    (i) Scope 1 emissions are direct emissions and cover GHG emissions by an organization. This could be the emissions that are directly generated by manufacturing goods. It also includes fuel combustion, company vehicles, and fugitive emissions.

    (ii) Scope 2 emissions are indirect GHG emissions from consumption of purchased electricity, including heating, steaming, or cooling.

    (iii) Scope 3 emissions are all other indirect emissions (or value chain emissions) related to the company's activities, including emissions caused by vendors within the supply chain, outsourced activities, employee travel, and commuting. In many industries, Scope 3 emissions account for the largest amount of GHG emissions.

  • Where does my offset contribution go?

    When people and organisations offset their carbon footprint, funds paid are used to support projects that reduce, capture, or avoid greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions in an amount equivalent to that of their calculated carbon footprint. The funds paid are dedicated to purchasing and canceling third-party certified carbon offsets. The carbon offsets made available on the platform are Voluntary Emission Reduction (VER) units, certified by various credible and internationally recognized carbon certification standards such as the VCS, the Gold Standard, American Carbon Registry, and Climate Action Reserve, as well as Certified Emissions Reduction (CER) units certified by the United Nations. The offset price that organizations pay is the total cost to deliver the carbon offset.

  • What is a carbon offset or carbon credits?

    Each carbon offset (or carbon credit) represents 1 tonne of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, in carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent, that has been reduced, captured, or avoided through the implementation of a project activity that would not have taken place without the sale of carbon offsets. The terms "carbon offset" and "carbon credit" can be used interchangeably.

    Carbon offsets are issued by independent carbon certification bodies once a project has demonstrated it has reduced, avoided, or captured emissions of carbon, following the guidance of the respective carbon certification body it is certified or registered with. Each emission reduction needs to meet basic principles to qualify as carbon offset: be additional, be measurable and auditable, be permanent, and be unique.

  • Can offsetting carbon emissions really tackle climate change?

    Science is clear: a quantity of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions emitted in one place has the same global warming potential as the same quantity of GHG emissions emitted anywhere else. It is the same thing for a quantity of GHG emissions reduced or avoided. Climate change is happening due to the increasing concentration of GHG emissions in the atmosphere and it is of the utmost importance to reduce the pace at which GHG emissions enter the atmosphere. One way to do so is to support low-carbon and modern project activities that displace high-carbon and traditional alternative activities. In many sectors and countries, these low-carbon activities are uneconomical and face barriers that prevent them from taking place. As a result, they are allowed to sell carbon offsets, which enable projects to take place and reduce emissions. By offsetting its carbon emissions, an organization is outsourcing emission reductions and mitigating climate change by supporting relevant project activities.

  • How do I know that the impact would not have occurred without my support?

    Emission reductions enabled by project activities and certified to a credible carbon certification body must adhere to the principle of "additionality" to be materialized and monetized as carbon offsets. This means that the projects are being implemented as a result of the (expected) proceeds from the sale of carbon offsets, enabling project developers to overcome the difficulties they face. In other words, organizations are not supporting a project that would have been carried out anyway.

    The carbon offsets are funding additional carbon mitigation. Often, projects are not financially attractive to investors without the sale of these carbon offsets and would therefore not materialize. The additionality case is checked by third-party auditors and the respective carbon certification body at project inception.

  • Who is CHOOOSE?

    This service is hosted and delivered by climate-tech company CHOOOSETM. CHOOOSE mission is to close the multi-gigaton gap between climate intention and climate action by designing products and climate programs with transparency and ease of use front and center. Founded in 2017 and headquartered in Oslo, Norway, CHOOOSE powers carbon compensation programs for partners across industries and across the globe.