Air Greenland has announced that its flights between Søndre Strømfjord/Kangerlussuaq and Copenhagen Airport will use around 5% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) drawn from a supply deal involving the airline, DCC and Shell Aviation Denmark. The carrier said the commitment means it will voluntarily use more SAF on the route in 2023 than is required by European Union mandates “We want to support the goal of Greenland becoming a sustainable destination by reducing fuel consumption and thus our CO2 emissions. With the replacement of our Atlantic aircraft for an A330-800 neo, we took another important step in the green transition of
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