The Costa Rican government and KLM have joined hands to combat carbon dioxide emissions. Over the coming months, they will research the possibilities of flying from San Jose using bio-based jet fuel. On 31 October, KLM and the Costa Rican government signed a letter of intent to ratify the cooperation. This is the first time in the world that an airline has entered into an agreement of this kind with a country. “This cooperative effort is a new step in making civil aviation more sustainable,” said KLM Chief Operating Officer René de Groot. “The greater the production – and, therefore,
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