Sustainable Aviation Fuel

With governments and airlines committed to decarbonizing aviation by 2050, innovative solutions are required and sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) could play a major role in meeting targets. IATA estimates that SAF could contribute around 65% of the reduction in emissions needed by aviation to reach net-zero in 2050. This will, however, require a massive increase in production in order to meet demand. 

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Latest News On Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Jun 18, 2024
The warning came on the same day as U.S. SAF producer Gevo said that the strains of corn it processes could provide both SAF and animal feed.
Jun 18, 2024
Organizations representing business aviation hailed the formation of a bipartisan “sustainable aviation” caucus in the U.S. Congress.
Jun 17, 2024
Energy-storing structure; load-optimized cabin walls; Europe’s flying ship project; and solar fuels take a step forward.
Jun 14, 2024
Business aviation can—and should—decarbonize faster than commercial aviation, according to the director of Paris’ business aviation-focused airport, Le Bourget.
Jun 14, 2024
"We want to be part of the solution," says Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis.
Jun 13, 2024
The party has committed to promoting SAF and encouraging airspace modernization should its leader Keir Starmer be elected prime minister.
Jun 13, 2024
Emirates has started to take in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for its flights out of Singapore Changi Airport, its first SAF investment in Asia.
Jun 12, 2024
Unbalanced supply vs. demand dynamics and potential costs incurred cited as future challenges for industry wide SAF adoption.