Ryanair has announced a deal with energy company Repsol “to advance the supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Ryanair airports across Spain [and] Portugal”. The SAF is to help with “further advancing the airline’s Pathway to Net Zero strategy”, Ryanair claimed in its announcement of the deal, which was signed in Madrid. “This agreement with Repsol gives Ryanair access to up to 155,000 tonnes (52m gallons) of SAF between 2025 and 2030 (equiv. to over 28,000 flights from Dublin to Madrid), saving approximately 490,000 tonnes in CO2 emissions”, the Irish budget carrier said, pointing to its “ambitious goal of using
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