Virgin Atlantic 747 flies from Orlando to London on waste-gas biofuel

Credit: Doug Peters/PA Wire
UK long-haul carrier Virgin Atlantic has flown a Boeing 747 from Orlando, Florida, to London Gatwick on a blend of waste-gas biofuel produced by New Zealand-based LanzaTech, using an alcohol-to-jet (AtJ) process. The flight was performed by aircraft tail number G-VROM, operating as VS16, which...

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