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BA Plans LanzaJet SAF Fueled Flights in 2022 (SAF Report)
British Airways,LanzaTech,SAF
Date: 2021-02-10
British Airways (BA) is reporting it will use Chicago-based LanzaTech's spinoff LanzaJet supplied ethanol-derived sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to power some flights starting late in 2022. The air carrier will also invest in LanzaJet and conduct early-stage planning to establish a larger biofuel facility in the U.K. Financial details have not been disclosed.

British Airways London-headquartered parent, International Consolidated Airline Group (IAG SA) previously reported plans to invest $400 million in SAFs over the next two decades. As previously reported , British Airways and Velocys are is developing a UK SAF plant that is expected to begin production in 2025. (Source: British Airways, PR, Bloomberg, Feb., 2021) Contact: British Airways,; LanzaTech, LanzaJet, Dr. Jennifer Holmgren, CEO, (630) 439-3050,,; International Consolidated Airline Group,

More Low-Carbon Energy News British Airways,  ,  LanzaTech,  SAF,  

United Invests in SAF Fuels, CCS Project (Ind. Report)
United Airlines
Date: 2020-12-14
United Airlines is reporting a multi-million-dollar investment in direct air carbon capture specialist 1PointFive -- a partnership between Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and Rusheen Capital Management -- to construct the first US industrial-sized direct air capture plant to permanently sequester one million tpy of CO2. United's participation is part of its previously reported plan to be 100 pct "green" by 2050. The carbon capture project is expected offset nearly 10 pct of the air carrier's annual emissions.

United notes it is also investing in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) which has up to 80 pct less carbon emissions than conventional jet fuel.(Source: United Airline, Hospitality Ireland, Reuters, 13 Dec., 2020) Contact: 1Point Five,

More Low-Carbon Energy News United Airlines,  Aviation Biofuel,  CCS,  

Etihad Targeting Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 (Int'l. Report)
Etihad Airways
Date: 2020-01-17
The UAE national air carrier, Etihad Airways, reports plans to halve its 2019 net emission levels by 2035 and achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The airline plans to reach its goal through a combination of internal initiatives, collaboration with industry partners, carbon offsets and optimized fuel management. Etihad is also committed to sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) biofuelsand is supporting the development of sustainable jet fuel made from municipal waste in Abu Dhabi. (Source: Etihad Airways, Biofuels Int'l. 16 Jan., 2020) Contact: Etihad Airways, Tony Douglas, CEO,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Etihad Airways,  SAF Fuel,  Carbon Emissions,  Aviation Emissions,  

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