As support for a domestic anti-flying campaign gathers pace across Sweden, a regional airport is partnering with Swedish-carrier BRA and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to partially fuel all flights to Stockholm with biofuel in 2019. Kalmar Öland Airport and its local government owner have agreed to split the additional cost for 80 tonnes of biofuel, supplied by Air BP, with SAS and BRA, to enable the airlines to meet a 5% biofuel target on all flights to Stockholm next year. The airport ...

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