Swedish airports operator Swedavia is calling for the country’s new environmental aviation tax to be replaced with a mandatory requirement for fuel suppliers to provide a certain amount of biofuel to airlines. Swedavia issued the call as it announced it would refuel aircraft at five of its airports with an alternative fuel derived from used cooking oil during December. Stockholm Arlanda, Stockholm Bromma, Gothenburg Landvetter, Visby and Lulea airports will use a 28% blend of the ...

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