JAL Attendant drawing window shades JAL Keeps Aircraft Interiors Cool with Closed Shades – Small yet significant ways to reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions
Japan Airlines (JAL) will implement a “Shades Closed Exercise” across 17 domestic airports in Japan and 5 airports overseas, where window shades of parked aircraft will be shut in order to block out the sunlight to keep temperatures in the interior from rising. By doing so, the amount of air conditioning required in the cabin prior to boarding and flight will be significantly reduced, which in turn can reduce the amount of energy consumed and carbon dioxide (CO2) gas emitted.

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