Airbus and Sinopec team up on aviation biofuels

In the now global search for aviation biofuels development, Airbus has now formed a partnership with Sinopec. The partnership covers multiple aspects, from the raw material selection to the improvement of the refining processes, and aims to establish the first aviation biofuel production standards i...

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