Biofuel-powered commercial flights could become standard operations within five to seven years, according to Lufthansa’s (LH) head of aviation biofuel.
Lufthansa A321 engine with normal JET A-1 is refueled, the other with a 50/50 mixture of Jet A-1 and the biosynthetic HRJ fuel. Courtesy, LH Biofuel-powered commercial flights could become standard operations within five to seven years, according to Lufthansa’s (LH) head of aviation biofuel. Speaking in Washington Jan. 13, LH VP aviation fuel Joachim Buse said the airline’s burnFAIR project has proved that biofuels are completely feasible for commercial flights from a ...
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