Air New Zealand has identified two companies that could eventually provide biofuel for its fleet, although the carrier stresses that any large-scale use of the alternative fuel is still a long way off. The airline issued a request for information (RFI) in March 2016 to get an idea of which companies had the potential to help meet its long-term biofuel goals. The carrier started with an initial list of about 30 companies, which was pared to six last year. It is now focusing on two of these ...

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