JetBlue has signed an agreement with Air Company for 25 million gallons of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) for five years, with a targeted start in 2027. JetBlue’s venture capital subsidiary, JetBlue Ventures, will make a direct capital investment into Air Company’s Series A funding round. Air Company has received over $40 million in capital funding to date. Air Company has developed and deployed a single-step process for CO2-derived fuel production using renewable electricity to create its novel Airmade sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) product. Commenting on the transition towards SAF, Sara Bogdan, director of sustainability and environmental social governance at JetBlue, said: “With creative thinking backed

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