Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport has begun to mix biofuel with normal jet kerosene in its fuel bunkers as standard procedure. The first uptake of the new fuel, which contains around 10% biofuel converted from used cooking oil and is produced in Los Angeles, California, was uplifted Jan. 3 by an SAS Scandinavian Airlines Airbus A320neo. Stockholm Arlanda joins Oslo Gardermoen in offering the more environmentally friendly fuel. Swedavia, the Swedish state-owned organization that owns and ...

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