Key factors impacting JetBlue's chances of flying with biojet fuel in 2019

Yesterday JetBlue announced a biojet fuel offtake agreement with SG Preston, totaling 330 million gallons over 10 years, starting in 2019. This offtake agreement dwarfs recent airline announcements for biojet fuel supply and puts it in the same tier as Cathay Pacific's offtake agreement with Fulc...

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