Finnair to fly two San Francisco-Helsinki flights on 12% biofuels this week

August 5, 2019 |

In Finland, Finnair announced that it will fly the first biofuel flights backed by its “Push for change” carbon decreasing initiative this week.

On both August 5 and 7, the Finnair flight departing San Francisco Airport bound for Helsinki, Finland, will be flown with a biofuel mix of 12 percent, reducing the total CO2 emissions for the two flights by approximately 32 tons. Finnair’s biofuels partners in San Francisco are SkyNRG and World Energy; Shell Aviation has provided logistics and supply chain support for the project. The sustainable biofuel is produced from used cooking oil in California.

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