Silverjet, a new airline offering exclusively business class service across the Atlantic, is the world’s first carbon-neutral airline. In lieu of frequent flyer miles, Silverjet will offer “carbon points”, allowing customers to evaluate their impact on the environment rather than track their personal travel. Included in the airline’s ticket prices will be a mandatory carbon offset contribution, giving passengers the opportunity to reinvest the carbon points they earn back into their choice of climate-friendly projects around the world. The projects include initiatives such as a small scale wind-power energy plant in India and the distribution of energy-efficient light bulbs in Jamaica. Silverjet transatlantic business-class flights between Luton and New York will start at $1,798 roundtrip and will feature flat beds; Silver lounge access; made-to-order in flight meals or pre-ordered special meals, served with no trolleys for added quiet and comfort and the world’s first ladies only airplane toilet.