Grossmann Jet Service move brings green gains
Central Europe’s leading private jet operator, Grossmann Jet Service, is on the move – and improving its carbon footprint at the same time.
The Prague-based company has relocated its
offices to the seat of its parent, KKCG investment group, in Vinohradská (
The move will not only reinforce cooperation between the investment group and the business aviation company but also enables Grossmann Jet Service to further reduce the environmental impact of its operations. “By moving into the KKCG Group headquarters at the beginning of July, Grossmann Jet Service confirms its long-standing commitment to the group and adheres to the principle of the environmental and corporate social responsibility objectives,” explained Dagmar Grossmann, Chief Executive of the private jet airline. “I have moved operational premises four times in my life and every single time it has been for the best -- this time we focus on environment.”
The modern new building is equipped with a high-efficiency sophisticated water supply system, automated electrical energy saving devices, and a modern heating system complemented with effective thermal insulation. The environment-friendly culture of the group is also reflected in the building’s dynamic structural interiors, whose features include a vast organic indoor “garden”.
In addition Grossmann Jet Service will cut an estimated 190 kilos of plastic consumption per year. This will also help to slow the rate at which the plastic waste piles up, since it takes around 450 years for plastic to start decomposing.
By moving to new premises, Grossmann Jet Service strengthens its reputation as a company committed to corporate social responsibility and to reducing the environmental impact of the industry, without jeopardising quality or affordability.