The UK Government chaired yesterday the inaugural meeting of the Jet Zero Council, the newly-formed body dedicated to making net zero carbon emission flights a reality.
The first session was addressed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Secretary of Transport Rt Hon Grant Shapps and the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Alok Sharma.
The council focuses on developing the needed policy to deliver net zero emission commercial flights by building production facilities for sustainable aviation fuel and creating a regulatory framework for green aviation.
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