A campaign of 75 revenue flights by Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air using a biofuel blend, which begins Wednesday with flights from Seattle to Washington and Portland, is intended to show fuel producers there is demand for alternatives, the carrier says. “Biofuel production is not at a scale to make it price-competitive [with conventional jet fuel], but we believe it is important to highlight our interest–to show the biofuel industry there is demand,” says Megan Lawrence, Alaska’s ...
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