Carinata Fuels Qantas 787 On Transpacific Biofuel Flight

A Qantas Boeing 787-9 has completed a transpacific flight using a biofuel blend, landing in Melbourne, Australia, on Jan. 30 after a 15-hr. flight from Los Angeles. The General Electric GEnx-powered flight used a 10% blend of biofuel made from carinata. A non-food type of mustard seed, carinata was...

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