Airbus and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have completed a 10-hour flight from Amsterdam to Aruba with an A330-200 using sustainable jet fuel, the longest biofuel flight to date by an Airbus aircraft. According to the Toulouse-based manufacturer, the aircraft took off with a 20% blend of sustainable fuel made of used cooking oil, for a 10-hour flight from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba. The flight was the first of a series of around 20 long-haul commercial ...

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