Living With Climate Change: Alaska Airlines will serve your chardonnay in a paper cup, as the first carrier to cut in-flight plastic


Alaska Airlines has cut plastic cups from its in-flight beverage service, the first major carrier to eliminate the material that that emits pollution as it breaks down in landfills and that many argue causes harm to oceans when disposed of improperly.

The airline, which is owned by Alaska Air Group ALK, estimated the move will eliminate more than 55 million plastic cups annually.


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