Farnborough Airport hits SAF milestone

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Farnborough Airport in the UK has announced the sale of its millionth litre of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Having begun to offer SAF to all its customers in 2021, Farnborough Airport has become one of the largest single-site suppliers of SAF to the business aviation community in the UK.
It also became the first airport in the world to offer SAF at the same price as its standard Jet A1 fuel during the lead up to the 2022 Farnborough International Airshow.
Sustainable energy solutions are a key focus for Farnborough Airport, as CEO Simon Geere said: “At Farnborough Airport, we want to be a genuine catalyst for change and are always looking for new ways to supply and create sustainable energy sources. We are proud of this milestone and our vision is to become a SAF only airport before the end of the decade, acting as an early adopter ‘of scale’ and accelerating the wider take-up of SAF across the aviation industry.”
Farnborough Airport is supplied SAF by fuel provider World Fuel Services.
Director of European general aviation sales at World Fuel Services, Mark Atherton, added: “We remain fully committed to supporting Farnborough Airport by continuing to aid in the procurement of sustainable fuels.”
This is the latest milestone in the Airport’s sustainability journey, the highlights of which include in 2018 becoming the first business aviation airport in the world to achieve carbon neutral status.
Earlier this year, Farnborough Airport was awarded Level 4+, the highest level of carbon accreditation, by the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) scheme.

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