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Air bp has sold the first of its SAF ISCC-Plus certified sustainable aviation fuel in Spain to launch customer NetJets Europe.
Along with new taxes, Europe’s “Fit for 55” green policies include an SAF blending mandate and the end of airlines’ free allowances in the bloc’s ETS.
Collaboration among Boeing, SkyNRG, and SkyNRG Americas will lead to more availability of SAF globally and use by the airframer for its own operations.
Joby Aviation is joining forces with JetBlue and Signature Flight Support to establish carbon credits for flights using green electric and hydrogen.
Heart Aerospace now says it has commitments for more than 400 of its ES-19 electric aircraft, which will carry 19 passengers up to around 250 miles.
London-area business aviation hub Farnborough Airport is the latest UK gateway to offer continuous supplies of sustainable aviation fuel.
Million Air has become the latest FBO chain to offer continually available sustainable aviation fuel, starting with its Burbank, California location.
The airline trade body points to CORSIA and SAF as key short-term solutions to address airlines’ CO2 emissions.
Safran’s helicopter engine division is reporting advances in its adoption of sustainable aviation fuel.
Rolls-Royce and Shell have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that outlines their support for decarbonization of the aviation industry.