Japanese Carriers Test Domestically Produced SAFs

A June 17 flight by a JAL A350 used 830 gal. of SAFs produced in Japan.
Credit: Japan Airlines
All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines have conducted demonstration flights with aircraft using different blends of sustainable aviation fuel produced in Japan. Both airlines have committed to being net-zero carbon by 2050 and Japan aims to commercialize domestically produced sustainable aviation...

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