Tag: Japan Airlines

Japan’s airlines betting on SAF to achieve national net zero 2050 targets

Japan’s airlines betting on SAF to achieve national net zero 2050 targets

August 17, 2021 |

In Japan, Japan Times reports the government has announced a net zero policy for 2050 with airlines required to participate. As a result, national airlines are getting behind SAF in a big way in order to cut their emissions. Japan Airlines aims to cut its emission by 45% using first 10% SAF by 2030 with […]

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Japanese consortium to study SAF production using Fulcrum Bioenergy’s technology

Japanese consortium to study SAF production using Fulcrum Bioenergy’s technology

February 27, 2020 |

In Japan, Japan Airlines, Marubeni, JXTG Nippon Oil and Energy and JGC Japan have agreed to jointly conduct a feasibility study on Sustainable Aviation Fuel production and sales in Japan through the use of industrial and municipal waste, including plastic waste. In this joint study, the parties plan to evaluate the feasibility of the entire […]

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Japan Airlines to use aviation biofuel on select flights from San Francisco to Tokyo

Japan Airlines to use aviation biofuel on select flights from San Francisco to Tokyo

January 7, 2019 |

In Japan, Japan Airlines (JAL) will take another step forward in its commitment to invest and realize the operation of an aircraft utilizing Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). By the end of January, JAL plans to operate select flights from San Francisco to Tokyo (Haneda) with SAF supplied by Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. In the past […]

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9 Fly with Gevo’s Jet Fuel from O’Hare on “Fly Green Day” 

9 Fly with Gevo’s Jet Fuel from O’Hare on “Fly Green Day” 

November 8, 2017 |

In Illinois, today is Fly Green Day, sponsored by the O’Hare Fuel Committee, at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. 7 commercial airlines, plus Atlas Air and FedEx are flying out of O’Hare today on Gevo-based sustainable aviation fuel. Among them: Lufthansa, United Airlines, Etihad, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Atlas Air — and the […]

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Japan Airlines teams with space agency on aviation biofuel for 2020

Japan Airlines teams with space agency on aviation biofuel for 2020

January 18, 2016 |

In Japan, Japan Airlines has teamed with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to develop waste-based aviation jet fuel that will use hydrogen and carbon monoxide to produce the fuel. The new plant to be sited outside Tokyo in Chiba Prefecture should be online in time for the airline to use the fuel in 2020 when […]

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