Hainan Airlines makes China’s first biofuel flight

Credit: Courtesy, Boeing
A Hainan Airlines Boeing 737-800 has completed China’s first passenger flight with sustainable biofuel made by Sinopec from waste cooking oil collected from restaurants in China. Both of the aircraft’s CFM International CFM56-7B engines were powered by a fuel blend of approximately 50% aviation...

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