Pilot flight with China’s first aviation biofuel completed

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) recently announced that the first pilot flight using Chinese-made aviation biofuel was successful. The pilot flight, lasting 1.5 hours, was undertaken by an aircraft owned by China Eastern Airlines using around 1.7 tons of aviation biofuel. Accord...

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