Boeing, Honeywell's UOP and Mexico's Airports and Auxiliary Services agency, an arm of the Ministry of Communications and Transport, announced last week that they have formed a "collaboration to identify, research and further the development of a commercially viable market for Mexico-sourced sustainable aviation biofuels." Boeing Commercial Airplanes Director-Biofuel Strategy Darrin Morgan called the effort "a first-of-its-kind collaboration involving key government, private sector and ...

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