'Perfect Flight' across Sweden showcases aviation efficiency

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Air BP fuels Braathens Regional Airlines' ATR 72-600 with sustainable aviation fuel at Halmstad City Airport
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Air BP fuels Braathens Regional Airlines' ATR 72-600 with sustainable aviation fuel at Halmstad City Airport

A collaboration between Neste, Air BP, and Braathen's Regional Airlines fuelled a pioneering low-carbon commercial flight across Sweden on Friday

Sevety-two passengers travelling from Halmstad to Stockholm experienced the 'perfect flight' on Friday, as the aviation industry pooled its expertise to minimise carbon emissions from the one-hour journey....

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