Gulfsteam’s aviation biofuels ambitions frustrated by lack of supply

June 7, 2018 |

In Georgia, Gulfstream says it flies from its home airport in Savannah on 30% aviation biofuels—about 500,000 hours so far and the first transatlantic flight with a business jet flying on 50% aviation biofuel—but that’s only possible because it buys the fuel from AltAir in California and has the fuel trucked over. The company would like to increase its use of biofuels but the lack of supply makes it a difficult goal to achieve.

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