Traveling is such an amazing way to experience all the wondrous views and sites that the world has to offer. Whether it be done with friends, or just by flying solo, traveling fills the mind with new stories, new friends, and new memories that will stay with you forever. flyBARBARA, a Czech startup built with an intention to fulfil travellers’ dreams, shows their commitment to protect the environment by announcing plans to plant trees to compensate for the CO2 produced by air traffic.

Popular travel platform, flyBARBARA gives its customers an opportunity to be a part of their initiative to preserve the eco-system, by committing one-third of the profit to plant trees.

flyBARBARA is an all in one travel company that serves its clients by allowing them to book flights, hotels and everything in between. Simply select the airport you want to fly out of, into and the date in which your dream vacation is planned for. From the roofs of Saint Petersburg to the lush green fields of Vietnam, people are able to experience their dream destinations thanks to flyBARBARA doing all the travel planning for them. The team behind the platform believes sharing travel photos is the best way to inspire others to create their own memorable travel experience. From leading their customers down the safest paths through remote or bustling areas, flyBARBARA aims to provide travellers with the resources to help them manage time and find the most fascinating areas to visit with every precious moment inside one’s dream destination.

We started the project to simplify traveling for everyone by providing all the necessary information a traveler would want without the hassle of going through so many platforms. But we wanted to do more, that’s why we are committing one-third of our profit to plant trees to compensate with the CO2 emission from the air traffic.” explains CEO Josef Pavelec.

flyBARBARA goal is to help reduce travellers carbon footprint while create their own footprints across the world. The travel startup country donates a portion of its profits in order to combat the effects of excessive carbon emissions from airplanes.n.

The company wants to keep everything transparent and all the records from donations, trees planted, and the number of tickets sold can be seen on a monthly basis on their website. More details about the platform can be found at