Jet2 has announced it intends to use a blend of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from Bristol airport in 2024, ahead of the upcoming UK government’s 2025 SAF mandate. The airline has purchased over 300 tonnes from Q8Aviation, which will be used in a 1% SAF blend for flights departing from Bristol airport. It has also made an equity investment into a new SAF production plant to be constructed in north-west England being developed by Fulcrum BioEnergy. “We are using a SAF blend at Bristol Airport in 2024 so that we can realise its benefits and prepare our operation for what

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