KLM will become the first airline to conduct a biofuel demonstration on a passenger-carrying flight later this month. The flight is set to take place on Nov. 23 and will operate with a 747-400 with one engine running on a mixture of 50% camelina-based fuel and 50% jet fuel. It will carry "a select group of passengers," according to the carrier. "This is an important step on the road to completely sustainable aviation," KLM President and CEO Peter Hartman said. ...

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