Qantas Airways has made a major move towards renewable fuels, announcing plans to use biofuel in its aircraft that stop at Los Angeles International Airport. The carrier intends to use a blend of 50% renewable fuel and 50% regular jet fuel in its aircraft operating from Los Angeles from 2020. To support this goal, it has agreed to purchase 8 million gal. of renewable fuel every year for the next 10 years from U.S.-based company SG Preston. The renewable fuel is produced from ...

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