The latest Boeing 787 to be received by All Nippon Airways (ANA) was partially powered on its delivery flight April 17 by biofuel, marking the first time a Dreamliner has used alternative fuel. The flight from Everett, Washington, to Tokyo Haneda used a fuel mix partly derived from used cooking oil, and marked the first transpacific biofuel flight, according to Boeing. The manufacturer added that the flight emitted an estimated 30% fewer carbon dioxide emissions compared to ...

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