Wednesday 19 July 2023

Sustainable aviation fuel flies into Spain’s airports

Sustainable aviation fuel flies into Spain’s airports

Energy company, Cepsa, will sell sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Spain’s four main airports — Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca and Seville.

The company produces its fuel from organic waste, such as used cooking oils and agricultural waste. The fuel can reduce emissions by up to 90% compared to traditional fuels.

Tobi Pardo, Cepsa's Aviation Director said: "We want to make sustainable aviation a reality as soon as possible. We are therefore proud to offer our SAF on an ongoing basis to customers in the aviation industry.

For the first time in Spain, four of the country’s main airports have access to this sustainable fuel, which will allow airlines to move forward in their own decarbonisation processes.”

The fuel will be available to all customers who request it.

Written by

Bruna Pinhoni

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