APT launches first no fly cruise collection

APT launches first no fly cruise collection

Move comes as part of sustainability drive

APT has launched its first No Fly cruise collection of European cruises as part of its commitment to sustainable travel.

The company will be promoting the sailings during April, which is also Earth Month.

The sailings all include a Eurostar from London to Amsterdam within the price, and will create 80 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions than by flying.

APT’s 15-day Western Front Explorer cruise and the eight-day APT Travelmarvel Rhine & Moselle Christmas Markets cruise are both included within the no fly programme.


The company is making a number of changes as part of its sustainability targets, through its non-profit foundation, OneTomorrow. APT will also be reducing plastic waste on tours and supporting indigenous communities in the Kimberley as well as planting trees in bushfire-stricken communities for every guest that chooses paper-free tickets.

Causes supported by OneTomorrow include: Water FirstRoyal Flying Doctor ServiceRainforest 4 FoundationAntarctic Science Foundation and Colegio Elohim: Empowerment Through Education in Peru, and many more 


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