Lufthansa planned to start its scheduled biofuel flights on July 15, launching a six-month trial in which an IAE V2500-powered Airbus A321 will operate on the Frankfurt-Hamburg route. The A321, which will use a 50-50 mix of biofuel and traditional kerosene in one of its engines, is slated to operate eight daily legs between FRA and HAM. LH estimates it will save around 1,500 tons of carbon dioxide emissions over the six months. LH initially announced the flights last year but had to wait ...

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