Virgin Atlantic inks first commercial biofuels supply deal for Heathrow fleet

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Virgin Atlantic is aiming for 10 per cent of fuel used on its flights to comprise SAF by 2030 | Credit: Virgin Atlantic
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Virgin Atlantic is aiming for 10 per cent of fuel used on its flights to comprise SAF by 2030 | Credit: Virgin Atlantic

Airline strikes deal with Neste and ExxonMobil to supply 2.5 million litres of sustainable aviation fuel during first half of 2022

Virgin Atlantic has signed a deal for 2.5 million litres of waste-based sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to supply aircraft at London Heathrow Airport over the next six months, after yesterday announcing...

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