World Energy, SkyNRG and AEG Fuels completed the delivery of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Bombardier Business Aircraft. As a part of the OEM’s environmental leadership and commitment to industry objectives to reducing emissions, the SAF was used for a flight on a Challenger 350* jet flying from Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford, Connecticut […]
Royal Netherlands Air Force operates her F-16 Fighting Falcons per January on sustainable aviation fuel, supplied by SkyNRG, Shell Aviation and World Energy Starting per January 14th, the Royal Netherlands Air Force operates her flights from Leeuwarden Airbase on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The SAF is supplied by SkyNRG and Shell Aviation and produced in […]
Swedavia, the largest Swedish airport operator, received sustainable aviation fuel at five of their airports. With these deliveries, Swedavia is demonstrating their continued commitment to making the aviation industry more sustainable and reducing their own carbon footprint from flying. The fuel is produced by World Energy in Los Angeles and supplied by SkyNRG and Shell […]
Air Canada announced today its participation in the Civil Aviation Alternate Fuel Contrail and Emissions Research project (CAAFCER), a research project led by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to test the environmental benefits of biofuel use on contrails. This project will use advanced sensing equipment mounted on a research aircraft operated by the […]
On Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) 70th anniversary, the carrier operated its first flight on sustainable biofuel. The morning flight departed from San Francisco Airport on May 1st and arrived in Singapore the next day. SIA partnered with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) to enable this initiative of 12 biofuel flights with an Airbus A350-900, […]
Just before New Year’s Eve, Swedavia received its first sustainable aviation fuel at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. It marks the start of deliveries of sustainable aviation fuel through the Fly Green Fund and demonstrates Swedavia’s commitment to sustainable aviation. The fuel is supplied by SkyNRG together with Air BP.
SkyNRG, in (close) cooperation with Avinor and Air BP, supplies first (commercial) volumes of sustainable jet fuel to KLM, Lufthansa and SAS at Oslo Gardermoen Airport. All airlines landing at Oslo Gardemoen Airport can have sustainable jet fuel delivered from the airport’s main fuel farm, via the existing hydrant mechanism. Norwegian airport operator Avinor played […]
For the coming two weeks, one F-16 Fighting Falcon of the Royal Netherlands Air Force will operate from Leeuwarden Air Base on a 5% blend of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), supplied by SkyNRG. This is part of an initiative of the province of Friesland, where the entire community will travel fossil free for the duration […]
On the occasion of Boeing’s 100th anniversary, South African Airways (SAA) and low-cost carrier Mango today celebrated Africa’s first sustainable biofuel flight. The SAA and Mango flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town, operated by a Boeing 737-800, used sustainable biojet fuel produced from Sunchem’s nicotine-free tobacco plant Solaris, refined by AltAir Fuels and supplied by […]
For the coming years, KLM purchases sustainable jet fuel for all flights departing from Los Angeles, making it part of their day to day business. The fuel, produced by AltAir Fuels and supplied by SkyNRG, is made from used cooking oil and delivered via the airport’s hydrant system. This is part of a new era […]
SkyNRG, The Port of Seattle, and Carbon War Room (CWR) today announced a groundbreaking partnership to investigate long-term financing mechanisms that could supply all airlines at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) with sustainable aviation fuels. Sea-Tac is the first airport in the world to initiate this step to provide an airport-wide sustainable aviation fuel supply for […]
First of all the Fly Green Fund was announced during Almedalen, the annual political week in Sweden. Founders are Karlstad Airport, SkyNRG and the Nordic Initiative on Sustainable Aviation (NISA) and launching partners are Swedavia, SAS, Braathens, KLM and EFS European Flight Service (a leading Scandinavian business aviation company). The Fund is the first of […]
SAS and Norwegian operate their first commercial flights on SkyNRG Nordic’s bio jet fuel. Today, SAS flies on bio jet fuel from Trondheim to Oslo and Norwegian from Bergen to Oslo. The bio-flights in Norway are done in close cooperation with ZERO and Avinor and are on the occasion of the annual ZERO Emissions Conference.
SkyNRG, the global market maker for sustainable fuels, will supply sustainable jet fuel to a new series of KLM flights to the Caribbean islands Aruba and Bonaire. The program is scheduled over six months and operated by an Airbus 330-200. The first flight will be operated today and is part of Europe’s major biojet fuel […]
KLM has completed its first commercial biofuel flight using a Boeing 737-800 operating with a 50/50 % blend of sustainable bio jet fuel and fossil jet fuel. The flight (KL1233) operated at June 29th, between Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport carrying 171 passengers.