Aeromexico, Boeing, and the Mexican government launched the country’s first intercontinental flight using biofuel Aug. 1.
Aeromexico, Boeing, and the Mexican government launched the country’s first intercontinental flight using biofuel Aug. 1. The flight, operated by a GE90 powered Boeing 777-200ER, flew from Mexico City to Madrid and used a 70/30 blend of traditional jet fuel and biofuel based on Jatropha Curcas grown in Mexico. While the transatlantic flight was a one-off proof-of-concept, Aeromexico and the Sustainable Aviation Fuels Users Group are working to implement a program to use the blend ...
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