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Metro Vancouver diesel buses transitioning to cleaner, renewable fuel

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December 29, 2023

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Brussels Airport encourages the use of SAF thanks to federal government support

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By Brussels Airport Co.

18 hours ago

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Brussels Airport Co. has announced it will be granting a special financial contribution to promote the use of SAF. The SAF will be available to all airlines for all flights taking off from Brussels Airport in 2024.

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Fully committed to the reduction of its environmental impact, Air France-KLM aims to lead the way in the incorporation of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and to support the development of SAF production capabilities around the world.

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Thai Airways operated its first flight using Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel on Dec. 13. A Thai Airways Boeing 777 was refueled with blended SAF at Phuket Airport in Thailand for the return flight to Bangkok International Airport.

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Pratt & Whitney Canada and Leonardo on Dec. 7 announced the successful completion of the first flight for an AW139 helicopter powered by the PT6C-67C engine using 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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CSL has announced a significant milestone in its Great Lakes biofuel program – one of the longest-running initiatives of its kind in the maritime industry. CSL ships have operated on B100 for 75,000 hours over the past four years.

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