An RAF Voyager aircraft powered by 43% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was refuelled in mid-air by Typhoon jets as part of the UK government’s launch of a “net zero carbon roadmap for commercial aviation”. The aircraft flew from the Brize Norton airbase over the North Sea, before heading back via Farnborough, where the Sustainable Skies World Summit 2023 is being held on April 17 and 18. “Greater use of alternative and sustainable fuel can only lead to positive outcomes for defence, the United Kingdom, and our collective endeavour against climate change,” said the UK’s defence minister, Baroness Goldie. The SAF

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