Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is widely accepted as the only short-term solution to aviation’s decarbonisation problem. But there are many challenges with that, which have been widely discussed before: inadequate infrastructure, supply issues, reconfiguring/recertifying jet engines to run on 100% SAF, types of SAF (i.e. which is greener). The problems are well known and there is a tremendous amount of investment in solving these issues to help the industry deliver on its promise to reach net zero in 2050. Today, BA has signed a supply deal with Phillips 66 (see Europe news below); and yesterday American Airlines finalised a new SAF offtake

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