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Aviation / Airports, Energy / Fuel, Australasia

Australian airline tests biofuel option

The Australian airline Qantas has launched its first commercial flight using a blend of recycled cooking oil and aviation fuel.

A biofuel-powered Qantas A330 aircraft ‘took to the skies’ as the airline announced a new A$500,000 Australian government-backed effort to study the feasibility of an Australian biofuel industry. Shell Australia will partner Qantas in the Emerging Renewables Programme, where the grant will enable them to study the long-term viability of biofuel feedstock...

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