Air France operated what it claims is the lowest CO2 emissions flight between Toulouse and Paris on October 13 with an A321. By using a mix of conventional kerosene and bio-kerosene made from hydrogenated used vegetable oils, Air France flight AF6129 achieved a CO2 emission rate of 54g of CO2 per passenger-kilometer—half that usually emitted on a conventional flight. To achieve the feat, Air France optimized flight procedures and reduced the on-board weight. The airline said ...

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