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Gulfstream noted in its sustainability webinar yesterday that it has received more than 1.2 million gallons of SAF since March 2016.
As SAF supplies continue to rise, some see the sustainable fuel in as much as 20 percent of the jet fuel consumed in North America by 2030.
Fractional share provider NetJets today unveiled its global sustainability program.
Sustainability remains one of the foremost topics in aviation, and the widespread adoption of sustainable fuels is crucial to meeting its goals.
CBAA has launched a website to emphasize the contribution in reducing emissions by Canada’s own business aviation operations and the industry in general.
Aircraft propulsion systems integrator Ampaire set a new flight record for its hybrid-electric powered EEL aircraft on October 8.
Shell Aviation has agreed on a purchase agreement for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) with Colorado-based Red Rock Biofuels.
CAE has laid claim as the first Canadian aerospace company to become carbon neutral.
MTU Aero Engines and DLR have started work on their converted hydrogen-powered Dornier 228 aircraft, but also see direct combustion as an option.
The 787-10 ecoDemonstrator homes in on noise mitigation and more direct flight routing.