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Qantas places order for new aircraft from Airbus, Boeing

The Qantas Group has confirmed an order for 24 widebody aircraft on Thursday, the final piece of the company's jet fleet renewal program.

CSIRO, Boeing develop roadmap to sustainable aviation fuel

Australia's national science agency CSIRO and Boeing have joined forces on a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) Roadmap to establish consensus on developing an Australian SAF industry, identifying opportunities to generate and expand production using Australian feedstocks.

Australia’s first ATJ SAF production facility to begin construction in 2024

The Qantas Group, Airbus, and the Queensland Government have joined forces to invest in a biofuel production plant being developed in Queensland by Jet Zero Australia in collaboration with the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) provider, LanzaJet. 

Queensland could become Australia’s new hub for sustainable aviation fuel

Australian petroleum company Ampol has partnered with Japan’s ENEOS to explore advanced biofuel production in Brisbane, bringing Queensland one step closer to becoming Australia’s hub for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). 

Lufthansa Cargo, DB Schenker make history with first CO2-neutral freight flights

Yesterday, a cargo flight took off for the first time in commercial aviation, whose fuel requirements was completely covered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). Lufthansa...

New Boeing, COMAC collaboration to transform “gutter oil” into aviation biofuel

Boeing and Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) have opened a demonstration facility that will turn waste cooking oil, known as "gutter oil" in...
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