Tag: ATAG

ATAG says planned aviation biofuel production half way to commercial tipping point

ATAG says planned aviation biofuel production half way to commercial tipping point

May 14, 2019 |

In Switzerland, AirlineRatings.com reports that the Air Transportation Action Group says that aviation biofuel production capacity equaling about 1% of aviation fuel supply should be online by 2025, half way to what is considered the commercial tipping point of 7 billion liters annually. So far, about 180,000 flights have been flown on an aviation biofuel […]

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Major Montreal meet-up on aviation biofuels

Major Montreal meet-up on aviation biofuels

May 13, 2013 |

In Canada, around 200 delegates from 44 countries are meeting in Montréal today, in a meet-up organized by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), to explore:  the commercialization of aviation biofuels; the balanced approach to reducing noise for aircraft operations; and the reforms needed to realize the potential efficiencies in air traffic management. The conference […]

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Quick Win: aviation biofuels offers breakout for clean energy

Quick Win: aviation biofuels offers breakout for clean energy

October 13, 2011 |

Aviation biofuels may represent the breakout success opportunity that biofuels, clean energy needs. The Digest looks at the case. In Copenhagen this week, a coalition of companies and associations involved in aviation biofuels made a strong case for the sector not only as a quick win for biofuels, but as a quick win for clean […]

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Air Transport Action Group defends jatropha, sustainable biofuels process

Air Transport Action Group defends jatropha, sustainable biofuels process

[ 2 ] April 21, 2011 |

In Switzerland, the Air Transport Action Group is fighting back against an article in the Ecologist that claimed Germany, Lufthansa and the global airlines industry as a whole are supporting ‘bad’ biofuels by working to make jatropha a major feedstock for bio-based jetfuels. The ATAG says that by working with the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels […]

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