Aircraft engine maker Honeywell said on January 30 that it recently took a first delivery of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its Phoenix Engines campus. The fuel will support development and production testing of auxiliary power units (APUs) and propulsion engines at the site, along with testing of fielded units from Honeywell’s repair and overhaul facility, the company said. The SAF was developed by World Energy in California using Honeywell’s UOP Ecofining technology and was distributed by World Fuel Services. It was made by converting “readily available” renewable materials such as hydro-treated esters and fatty acids, according to Honeywell. The
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