New zero emissions flights take off over reef

5 min·8 Dec, 2021

Nautilus Aviation will be introducing zero-emission flights over some of Queensland’s most iconic tourist attractions, including the Great Barrier Reef.

Morris Group has announced a new partnership with Eve Urban Air Mobility that will see an initial fleet of 10 new zero-emission, low-noise, vertical take-off and landing aircraft taking off by 2026.

The initiative is the latest in Morris Group’s range of sustainability activities across the country which has seen the continued support for the health and sustainability of the Great Barrier Reef through the Reef Keepers program.

Morris Group Founder Chris Morris said the move will bring Morris Group closer to reaching its target of net zero emissions across all its businesses by 2030.

“This partnership is an exciting development for Morris Group,” he said.

“We believe economic success and environmental sustainability go hand-in-hand and aim to strengthen and enrich the environments in which we work.”

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