SriLankan Airlines launches eco-friendly amenities in Business Class

New sustainable pillow covers & headrest covers
2024-07-10
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/ New Delhi
SriLankan Airlines launches eco-friendly amenities in Business Class

SriLankan says that the pillow covers and antimacassars are made entirely from sustainable polyester, created from recycled PET plastic

SriLankan Airlines has launched eco-friendly pillow covers and headrest covers made from recycled polyethylene plastic in its Business Class as a part of its NetZero target.
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SriLankan Airlines has introduced new eco-friendly pillow covers and headrest covers made from recycled polyethylene (PET) plastic in its Business Class. 

In a press statement, the Sri Lankan flag carrier says that this move is a part of the airline’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint as a sustainability-forward organisation while continuing to provide customers with the highest standards of quality.

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SriLankan says its switch to recycled PET amenities is to promoting sustainable operations for a greener future

It says that the new amenities are sourced from Procurall Solutions, a leader in designing and developing comfort and care solutions for the world’s top airlines. 

SriLankan says that the pillow covers and antimacassars are made entirely from sustainable polyester, created from recycled PET plastic. 

This not only helps reduce plastic pollution but also conserves natural resources. Additionally, the production process of recycled PET is more energy-efficient, providing an added environmental benefit.

Beyond the significant environmental benefits, the new pillow covers and antimacassars also feature a luxurious design, the statement adds. 

SriLankan says its switch to recycled PET amenities is to promoting sustainable operations for a greener future. These new items will complement the eco-friendly carpets introduced onboard a few months ago, as the airline takes gradual steps towards converting to fully sustainable cabins.

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