United Airlines has launched the United Airlines Ventures Sustainable Flight Fund SM with more than $100 million in investments from United and Air Canada, Boeing, GE Aerospace, JPMorgan Chase, and Honeywell. The “first-of-its-kind investment vehicle” aims to support start-ups focused on decarbonising air travel through research, production and technologies associated with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). “This fund is unique. It’s not about offsets or things that are just greenwashing. Instead, we’re creating a system that drives investment to build a new industry around sustainable aviation fuel, essentially from scratch,” said United chief executive Scott Kirby. The carrier said passengers who
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