Offset the CO2 emissions of your shipment’s air transport by supporting an emissions reduction project or purchasing biofuel.


Offset the CO2 emissions of your shipment’s air transport by supporting an emissions reduction project. Donate €0.01 per one kilo of cargo flown on a European flight, €0.03 per kilo flown on an intercontinental flight or €0.04 per kilo if your shipment’s journey includes both European and intercontinental flights. Donations will go in full to an emissions reduction project in Mozambique.


Biofuel can reduce emissions by 60–80 % when compared to the same amount of fossil fuel. Aviation fuel has a maximum of 50% biocomponent, and typically contains a few percent of biofuel. The biofuel we use has been produced from used cooking oil. Buy biofuel for €0.09, €0.31 or €0.40 per kg of cargo depending on your shipment’s routing.

Your support helps conserve forests

You can offset the CO2 emissions of your flight by supporting a project to promote the introduction of efficient cook stoves in Mozambique. The project will reduce the felling of local forests for firewood, supporting the conservation of carbon sinks. The project will also have positive social effects on the lives of women and girls. Our partner in this project is NEFCO, a financial institution established by the Nordic governments to finance sustainable green growth and climate projects.

Choose the fuel of the future

Support for biofuel will go directly to flights flown using biofuel. The biofuel for Finnair flights is sourced from SkyNRG in California and is produced from used cooking oil. Biofuel is currently three to five times more expensive than conventional jet fuel. Biofuel is not widely available and its distribution network is still limited, although this situation will only improve as the use of biofuel becomes more widespread. 

Aviation fuel has a maximum of 50% biocomponent and typically contains a few percentage of biofuel. The price for biofuel quoted here for flights within Finland, European and intercontinental round trips, is based on a scenario where the aviation fuel used contains a 15% biofuel component and all passengers on the flight have chosen to support the use of biofuel.