News and developments about aviation fuel, including jet fuel, aviation gasoline, and biofuel.
Airbus has set up Zero Emissions Development Centers in France and Germany to develop cryogenic hydrogen fuel tanks for its planned Zero E airliners.
Signature Flight Support has increased its sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) footprint to nine locations.
Airbus, Safran, Dassault, Onera, and the French Ministry of Transport launch study to evaluate burning 100 percent SAF.
The ReFuelEU Aviation program is expected to introduce a blending mandate for sustainable aviation fuels to the EU, to help meet its climate goals.
With the production, availability, and adoption of sustainable aviation fuel rising, how to keep its environmental accounting straight is a concern.
NATA’s final petition attempt to overturn the decision to enforce new NFPA 407 requirements for automatic fuel overfill protection systems was dismissed.
ICAO has now recognized Carinata, an oilseed crop, as a renewable feedstock with a similar lifecycle carbon emission reduction as waste-derived SAF.
A broad-based consortium of aviation companies applauded the introduction of the Sustainable Skies Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Capturing carbon dioxide from aviation fuel consumption could have a far greater environmental benefit than current measures, but costs will be higher.
The EBACE Connect webinar heard how Airbus scientists are looking at options such as microbes and enzymes as ways to develop new aviation fuels.