British Airways owner sets goal to run 10 per cent of flights on sustainable biofuels by 2030

Michael Holder
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IAG becomes first European airline firm to commit to powering 10 per cent of its flights with sustainable aviation fuel by end of decade

International Airlines Group (IAG) has become the first major aviation firm in Europe to commit to powering 10 per cent of its flights with bio-based jet fuels by the end of the decade, in a move that...

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