Biofuels finally "taking off" in airline industry?

Air New Zealand and Boeing, in conjunction with Rolls-Royce, Terasol Energy, and UOP (a Honeywell company), are scheduled to launch the first two-hour test flight powered in part by a second-generation biofuel on December 3rd, 2008. The biofuel is a 50:50 blend of standard Jet A1 fuel and synthetic ...

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