New York Times ads for the Lufthansa jets that the company says will be the most environmentally friendly aircraft ever produced

Posted November 19, 2019 06:16:07 The New York TIMES will buy advertisements in New York City for two of the world’s largest commercial airlines — one of the most heavily subsidized commercial jets on the planet — that will cut carbon emissions by 90 percent.

The airline will pay $3.1 billion for a 40-year contract to be delivered in 2021.

The other airline, AirTran, will be paid $2.5 billion over 20 years.

The deal is part of the broader efforts by the New York-based Times to push airlines to use less fuel and carbon-neutral products.

AirTron, a unit of US Airways, will use the ads for commercial flights, as well as to advertise on local news and to sell tickets to the city’s airports.

The Times, which has spent more than $400 million on advertising, said it plans to spend an additional $100 million on its own ads and to partner with other media outlets to create more media opportunities.

“The Times has always made it our mission to be the best media company for consumers, and this new agreement will help us achieve that goal,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

The ad buys will run in Times newspapers and online, and they will be available on a website that will be set up for them.

The ads, which will run over the next six months, will run across multiple platforms, including the Times digital app, the Times News website and other Times-owned properties.

AirRescue and a coalition of companies led by the group NextGen, have been working to reduce carbon emissions.

They have spent more $9.7 billion on advertisements since 2008, including about $5.5 million to buy ads on Google’s search engine and a pilot program for airlines.

In the past few years, the company has cut back on advertising for its flagship ad unit and is looking for ways to make its ads more relevant to consumers.

The New Yorkers plan to use the ad buys to promote clean aviation, and to build community awareness and education around cleaner air and the use of alternative fuels.

“We believe that by using this campaign to build awareness, we can encourage and inspire a more environmentally conscious and responsible future,” the Times said in a statement.

“It’s about the future, not the past, and we are doing everything in our power to promote it.”

AirTravision is a Spanish company that has been trying to help reduce CO2 emissions.

It was acquired by United Airlines in 2013 and is a subsidiary of UST Group, the parent company of Delta Air Lines.

Airtravision’s planes have been used by the Air Force, the Navy, the Coast Guard and the National Guard.

The company said in March it has spent $3 billion to help combat CO2 pollution.