Boeing and Honeywell subsidiary UOP have brought together a group of airlines and environmental organizations that will work to accelerate the development and commercialization of new sustainable aviation fuels. The Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group will work with the World Wildlife Fund and Natural Resources Defense Council and makes commercial aviation the first global transportation sector to drive sustainability practices into its fuel supply chain voluntarily. SAFUG's charter is to ...

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