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Ryanair purchase 1,000 metric tons of SAF from Shell

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By Ryanair

April 03, 2024

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Ryanair on March 28 announced that it has purchased 1,000 metric tons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from Shell. That volume of SAF is enough to fuel over 200 flights from Stansted to Madrid.

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Neste has started supplying sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Emirates at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, expanding the partnership the two companies announced in October last year.

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IAE International Aero Engines AG (IAE) announced it has successfully tested the V2500 engine with 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at MTU Maintenance Hannover, Germany.

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Avfuel Corp. and Neste finalized a partnership extension that keeps the companies at the forefront of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supply for business aviation, cementing their leadership positions in the sustainable space.

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Following Ryanair’s purchase of 500 metric tons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from OMV in October 2023, the airline on March 8 announced that it will take an additional 500 metric tons of SAF from OMV in 2024.

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Marathon Petroleum's Vinvale and East Hynes fleets in California's Los Angeles Basin have made a significant step toward reducing their carbon footprint and contributing to a cleaner future by transitioning both fleets entirely to renewable diesel.

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Neste and Amelia, a French regional airline, have closed an agreement for the supply of blended Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel. Amelia has been using the SAF for all its flights departing from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol since Jan. 1.

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Long Beach Airport has announced the availability of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for use by general aviation jets. This eco-friendly alternative is now offered through Atlantic Aviation, one of two fixed-base operators at the airport.

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Korean Air has partnered with Yusen Logistics, a global logistics company, to further promote the use of SAF in the air cargo industry. The two companies signed a SAF cooperation program agreement at the Yusen Logistics headquarters in Tokyo.

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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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TransLink is introducing renewable diesel into its bus fleet as a cleaner fuel option, in order to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Renewable diesel comes from organic waste, such as used cooking oil or waste animal fats, or vegetable oils.

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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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GE Aerospace has completed testing on its tenth engine model using 100 percent SAF since 2016, confirming the company and its joint ventures have one of the most expansive programs for testing the alternative fuel in the industry.

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Neste has partnered with Coleman Oil Company, a leading provider of fuels, biofuels, lubricants, and related products, to enable cities and businesses to have easier access to Neste MY Renewable Diesel in the state of Washington in the U.S.

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Repsol on Dec. 5 announced that it has begun supplying SAF to Atlas Air for use in all its flights with its customer Inditex from Zaragoza Airport (Spain). Beginning in November, Atlas Air is initially incorporating 5 percent SAF in all its flights.

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Approved Oil Company on Dec. 1 announced it has secured a multi-year deal with the New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services to supply renewable diesel to the fleets of various New York City agencies.

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Alaska Airlines is partnering with climate-tech company CHOOOSE to provide new options for sustainability-minded guests to take action on their travel-related carbon emissions by purchasing SAF credits or support nature-based climate projects.

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BioForming Sugar to Aromatics (S2A) technology developed by Virent and Johnson Matthey has enabled the first-ever drop-in 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) trans-Atlantic flight by a commercial airline.

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Shell and Rotterdam The Hague Airport have signed a long-term agreement to blend sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on all aircraft fueled at the airport, starting in 2024. The airport has set a minimum target of 8 percent SAF blending.

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Virgin Atlantic’s historic flight on 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) took off from London Heathrow to New York JFK on Nov. 28. The flight demonstrates the capability of SAF as a safe drop-in replacement for fossil derived jet fuel.

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During the Williamtown Air Show in Australia, the Roulettes, the Royal Australian Air Force's aerobatic display team, performed a first public display using Neste’s SAF. The fuel was supplied by Viva Energy in cooperation with Neste and Vitol.

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Emirates has become the first airline to operate an Airbus A380 demonstration flight with one of the aircraft’s four engines powered with Neste’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The flight took off on Nov. 22 from Dubai International Airport.

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Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. on Nov. 20 announced the successful completion of the world's first trans-Atlantic flight using 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Accomplished on Nov. 19, the flight took place on a Gulfstream G600 aircraft.

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Rolls-Royce on Nov. 13 announced that it has successfully completed compatibility testing of 100 percent SAF on all its in-production civil aero engine types. All the tests confirmed the use of 100 percent SAF does not affect engine performance.

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Jetex has announced it is now offering sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its flagship private terminal in Dubai, giving aircraft operators and private owners the opportunity to significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

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The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority has issued Virgin Atlantic with a permit to fly a world-first transatlantic 100 percent SAF flight. Virgin Atlantic plans to fly across the Atlantic from London Heathrow to New York JFK on Nov. 28.

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The first Emirates flights operating with SAF provided by Shell Aviation have taken off from Dubai International Airport (DXB). Emirates’ flight EK 412 bound for Sydney on Oct. 24 was among the first to operate with SAF.

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