First of its kind: Oslo airport introduces biojet fuel
As the first airport in the world Oslo introduces biojet fuel in its regular operations. The biojet fuel produced by Neste of Finland allows a CO2 reduction of 47% compared to fossil jet fuel.Lufthansa, SAS and KLM have already agreed to become launch customers for the new product..
Global Bioenergies joins aireg
Global Bioenergies has joined aireg. The French industrial biology company, which is currently developing its demonstration plant in Leuna, Germany will soon be able to produce alternative jet fuel from sugars.
DVB Bank and aireg are developing financing options
DVB Bank SE is strengthening its commitment to sustainability and has joined aireg. As the leading specialist for international transport financing, it will support the climate efforts of the aviation industry in Germany.
Energy transition in transport requires alternative aviation fuels
The long-term growth prospects of aviation in Germany depend on our ability to incorporate energy-efficient as well as climate- and environmentally-friendly solutions. Alternative aviation fuels offer promising results.