Iberia last week conducted its first commercial flight powered by biofuel, using an Airbus A320 from Madrid to Barcelona. The flight utilized a mixture of 75% conventional A-1 jet fuel and 25% biofuel derived from camelina. The biofuel was a mixture made by ASA of synthesized paraffin bio-kerosene produced by Honeywell-UOP and evaluated and certified by Repsol. The flight achieved a reduction of nearly 1,500 kg. of carbon dioxide emissions, the carrier said. Chairman Antonio Vazquez ...

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