United subsidiary Continental Airlines 737-800. Courtesy, UCH United Continental Holdings (UCH) said Monday its subsidiary Continental Airlines (CO) operated a Boeing 737-800 on a scheduled flight from Houston Intercontinental to Chicago O'Hare using a fuel blend partially comprised of algae-derived biofuel. It marked the first scheduled, commercial biofuel flight operated in the US. "Roughly four months since the approval of hydroprocessed renewable fuels in commercial aviation ...

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