Alaska Airlines (AS) will operate 75 scheduled domestic flights partially powered by biofuel derived from used cooking oil.
Alaska Airlines 737-800. Courtesy, AS Alaska Airlines (AS) will operate 75 scheduled domestic flights partially powered by biofuel derived from used cooking oil. The first of the these flights, to be operated with Boeing 737s and Bombardier Q400s, will occur Wednesday when two aircraft fly from Seattle-Tacoma to Portland, Ore., and Washington National, respectively. The fuel, a blend comprising 20% biofuel, is being supplied by broker SkyNRG and made by Dynamic Fuels, which is ...
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