Japan Flies First H215 With SAF

H215 SAF flight
Credit: Airbus Helicopters
SINGAPORE—Japan has conducted a helicopter flight powered by sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), a first in the country. An Airbus H215 operated by Nakanihon Air (NNK) flew on June 1 for 30 min. at Nagoya Airport in Aichi Prefecture. The 600 liters of SAF was supplied by Euglena, Japan’s first biofuel...

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