All Nippon Airways (ANA) has received a new Boeing 777-300ER, making it the largest aircraft in its fleet. The B777-300ER was flown from Boeing’s facility in Everett, Washington to Japan, utilising sustainable aviation fuel made from waste gas derived ethanol for the trans-Pacific flight. ANA worked closely with LanzaTech, the producer of the ethanol derived sustainable aviation fuel, to inspect the fuel’s quality as well as ensure transport and blending the fuel for loading onto the aircraft. The success of this delivery flight is a major step toward full-scale sustainable aviation fuel use in the future. Yutaka Ito, executive vice president
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