News and developments about aviation fuel, including jet fuel, aviation gasoline, and biofuel.
Gulfstream is the first company to receive the National Aeronautic Association’s “Sustainable Wings” certification for an SAF-fueled record-setting flight.
An unexpectedly rapid rise in travel demand and western U.S. wildfires contribute to a shortage of fuel at mainly smaller airports.
Some areas in the western United States are experiencing a shortage of jet fuel.
Clean-technology startup Beam Global believes it has advanced the case for off-grid solar energy as an aircraft power source.
Europe’s dominant airframe maker has committed to invest in SAF development and production in North America.
The European Commission is seeking to introduce a sustainable aviation fuel blending mandate starting in 2025.
Air bp has sold the first of its SAF ISCC-Plus certified sustainable aviation fuel in Spain to launch customer NetJets Europe.
Collaboration among Boeing, SkyNRG, and SkyNRG Americas will lead to more availability of SAF globally and use by the airframer for its own operations.
London-area business aviation hub Farnborough Airport is the latest UK gateway to offer continuous supplies of sustainable aviation fuel.
Million Air has become the latest FBO chain to offer continually available sustainable aviation fuel, starting with its Burbank, California location.