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1. United Airlines and Honeywell Invest in Alder's Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
United Airlines and Honeywell have unveiled details of a joint multimillion-dollar investment in Alder Fuels a cleantech company that is pioneering first-of-its-kind technologies for producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at scale by converting abundant biomass, such as forest and crop waste, into sustainable low-carbon, drop-in replacement crude oil that can be used to produc
2. Airbus, DLR, Rolls-Royce and Neste to Study Sustainable Aviation Fuel
A team of aerospace specialists has launched an in-flight emissions study using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on a wide-body commercial passenger aircraft. Airbus, German research centre DLR, Rolls-Royce and SAF producer Neste have teamed up to start the pioneering Emission and Climate Impact of Alternative Fuels (ECLIF3) project looking into the effects of 100% SAF on air
3. Airbus Helicopters Calls on Industry Stakeholders to Join SAF User Group
Airbus Helicopters is creating a Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) group dedicated to the rotary-wing community and is calling all major stakeholders to join the initiative. The SAF User Group will tackle the remaining challenges around biofuels and proactively support the industrys CO2 reduction commitment. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 9 June 2021.
4. SAF Group Orders Three More Airbus H145s
SAF Group has ordered three more five-bladed H145s for emergency medical services (EMS) in France. The three helicopters will be based in Grenoble, Valence, and Montpellier. They will complement the three H145s already ordered by SAF in 2018 and 2020, the first of which was delivered recently and will be deployed for EMS missions in Belgium. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 16 Ju
5. SAF Group Orders Six Airbus Helicopters
SAF Group, a French Alps-based civil operator, has ordered six new Airbus helicopters for emergency medical service (EMS) operations, mountain rescue, aerial work and passenger transport. The order includes three light single and three light twin helicopters to be operated in Metropolitan France and in the Reunion Island, where SAF has recently acquired Hlilagon. Delivery of the s
6. French Companies to Study Use of 100% SAF on Single-Aisle Aircraft and Helicopters
Airbus, Safran, Dassault Aviation, ONERA and the French Ministry of Transport are to jointly launch an in-flight study to analyse the compatibility of unblended sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) with single-aisle aircraft and commercial aircraft engine and fuel systems, as well as with helicopter engines. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 20 June 2021.
7. Deloitte and American Airlines Working Together to Advance Use of SAF
American Airlines and Deloitte are working together to advance the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The SAF emissions agreement between American and Deloitte reduces life cycle emissions from aviation by 3,050 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) which is equivalent to approximately 10,000 passengers flying one-way from New York City to Los Angeles. Published by TravelNewsAs
8. ADAC Luftrettung Flies Airbus H145 Using SAF for First Time
ADAC Luftrettung, a German non-profit organization, has flown an Airbus H145 rescue helicopter powered by sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for the first time. The H145 was using a second-generation biofuel which reduces CO2 emissions up to 90% compared to its fossil equivalent, because it is produced from residual and waste materials from the circular economy such as used cooking oi

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