We are extremely pleased to officially announce the launch of Trees Can Fly. Travelers are always looking for the best possible fares and are increasingly becoming environmentally cautious at the same time so we decided to combine the two factors together.
(PRWEB) October 01, 2015
Climate change is the greatest threat facing humanity in this century. Hence, a Toronto-based meta-search travel start-up site has taken this matter into its own hands with a completely unique concept of growing trees on the fly through donating 10 trees with each flight, hotel and rental car booking made via http://www.treescanfly.com while finding better deals 80% of the time than leading competitors. A win-win for traveler’s pockets and the environment.
“We are extremely pleased to officially announce the launch of Trees Can Fly. Travelers are always looking for the best possible fares and are increasingly becoming environmentally cautious at the same time so we decided to combine the two factors together and offer it as our unique solution,” says Kharam Singh Khalsa, co-founder of Trees Can Fly.
This new travel-search engine would be a win-win for travelers as Trees Can Fly provides a wide variety of suppliers including more than 750 major airlines and over 548,000 hotels worldwide from thousands of travel websites to find you the best deals within seconds.
“This is a game-changer, it's got the potential to be a huge benefit for the passengers and the environment! I realized that we needed to create a completely unique proposition for travelers to offer them greater selection and we pay for the trees which doesn't cost them a cent more! It seems a crazy concept but it works, we are buying trees already. We've turned things upside down, price objections are history because we pay," adds Andrew Pozniak, co-founder of Trees Can Fly.
Not only is Trees Can Fly challenging the concept that travelling green must cost more, it's also getting the message across that planting trees has many advantages not just for the environment but also local communities and the economy.
Trees Can Fly’s commitment goes beyond planting trees for every booking. "We'd like to plant one million trees in the next 6 months, but we'll also be investing a minimum of 10% of profits into global eco-projects to help protect the environment even further, so we're hoping for a great response from travelers to our unique product,” says Kharam. He concluded, "Together, we can help save the earth, one booking at a time."
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