Airbus, Air Canada and BioFuelNet Canada have formed a partnership to assess Canadian solutions for the production of sustainable jet fuels with a long-term goal of supplying Air Canada. The partnership was announced May 13 at the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) Aviation & Environment Workshop in Montreal. The project will be hosted by Montreal’s McGill University and will study different processes and raw materials available for alternative fuel production. “Air ...

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