Sustainability Report: Airlines Using More Innovative SAF Flights

KLM airliner
KLM partnered with Shell and the Dutch ministry to operate the first commercial passenger flight using a sustainable synthetic kerosene.
Credit: KLM
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines operated its first commercial passenger flight from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Madrid using an admixture of 500 liters of sustainable synthetic kerosene. Shell produced the synthetic kerosene at its research center in Amsterdam. It is produced using CO2, water and...

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