British Airways inks sustainable jet fuel supply deal with US start up LanzaJet

Cecilia Keating
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British Airways inks sustainable jet fuel supply deal with US start up LanzaJet

Deal will see US firm explore possibilty of building a sustainable aviation fuel production facility for British Airways in the UK

British Airways has signed a deal with US sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) firm LanzaJet that will see jet fuel converted from wheat chaff and other agricultural residues supplied to the airline from next...

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