Air Canada will participate in Canada’s Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI), a three-year collaborative project with 14 stakeholder organizations to introduce 400,000 liters (105,669 gallons) of sustainable aviation biofuel into a shared fuel system at a yet-to-be determined Canadian airport. According to the Canadian flag carrier, its previous biofuel flights used biojet that was segregated and loaded separately into an aircraft via tanker truck. By contrast, it said CBSCI’s ...

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