Commercialization remains the biggest challenge to achieving the FAA’s target of 1 billion gal. of renewable aviation fuel use by 2018, says Administrator Michael Huerta. “The challenge we face is scaling up production. We need government and industry to continue to work together on this,” he told the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative general meeting in Washington Jan. 28. The U.S. Navy’s Farm to Fleet program, which will begin buying renewable aviation and maritime ...

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