The Singapore government is to impose a levy on all flights departing the country to support the use of SAF, with the use of sustainable aviation fuel mandated from 2026, notes the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Proposals aim to commence SAF usage at 1%, rising to between 3-5% by 2030, ‘subject to global developments and the wider availability and adoption of SAF’. ‘As the market for the supply of SAF is still nascent and the price of SAF can be volatile, we will adopt a fixed cost envelope to provide cost certainty to airlines and travellers’ notes the

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