Hong-Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways is optimistic about its commitment to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), even though the product continues to be much pricier than conventional jet fuel. The airline aims to achieve carbon-neutral growth by 2020. Speaking at the IATA Alternative Fuel Symposium in Singapore Nov. 16, Cathay biofuel and carbon manager Yee Chow said all of Cathay’s Airbus A350-900/1000 delivery flights from Toulouse are powered by a blend of 10% SAF. The airline ...

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