With uncertainty abounding about securing sufficient supplies of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to satisfy demand, Natasha Mann, CEO of Future Energy Global, highlighted that “capital is not flowing right now in the SAF market because returns on investment are yet to be seen”. Speaking at Airline Economics’ Sustainable Aviation Fuel and carbon financing conference day in Dublin, Mann noted: “The only reason right now an airline would purchase SAF is for carbon accounting or mandates,” she said, adding that lessors  have a role to play in leveraging the momentum of SAF as it inevitably impacts an airline’s credit rating risk.

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