Hawaiian Airlines will buy 50 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) over five years from biofuel company Gevo. The SAF is likely to be produced at a facility to be constructed in the mid-western United States, with deliveries to Hawaiian’s gateway cities in California to start in 2029. “This offtake agreement gets us one step closer to achieving our goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050,” said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian’s president and chief executive, who added that the carrier’s management “intend[s] to continue to invest in SAF, which will be pivotal in reducing our impact on the environment.” “Gevo

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