How the Airline Industry Is Cleaning Up Its Climate Act

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How the Airline Industry Is Cleaning Up Its Climate Act

Aviation is one of the most polluting industries on the planet–but a groundswell of innovation in alternative fuels, and investments from major airlines, could set it on a path to carbon zero.
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Airlines like @JetBlue are investing in electric planes and #biofuel http://bit.ly/2PSOpWp via @fastcompany
Monday, November 26, 2018 - 1:35pm

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BY ADELE PETERS

For most flights, the industry is beginning to turn to new fuels. In September, JetBlue made its first flight using a renewable blend fuel. Though chemically identical to regular jet fuel, 15.5% of it came from used cooking oil from restaurants, which otherwise would have been wasted. Next year, the airline will begin buying around 33 million gallons of biofuel a year, or about 20% of the fuel it uses annually at JFK.

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CATEGORY: Environment