Aer Lingus welcomes new IAG sustainable aviation fuel deal which will power its San Francisco flights
Following on from news that renewable fuels company Aemetis, Inc. announced today that it has agreed a multi-year agreement with International Airlines Group (IAG) to supply sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to power Aer Lingus and British Airways flights from San Francisco Airport from 2025, Lynne Embleton, Chief Executive Officer at Aer Lingus said:
“As we work towards our commitment of powering 10% of flights using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2030, this agreement with Aemetis will see aircraft on our San Francisco route using low carbon biofuels from sustainable wastes.
This summer we have signed two significant SAF deals and a lease agreement for two new Airbus A320neo aircraft. These are all key steps in achieving our lower-carbon future and net zero carbon emissions by 2050.”
IAG, parent company of both Aer Lingus and British Airways will purchase a total of (...) click here to continue reading.