Sustainable aviation experts are set to descend on Amsterdam later in the summer to discuss how the sector can further embrace sustainability and move closer to their net-zero goals.
The Sustainable Aviation Futures Congress event will take place at Hotel Okura in the heart of the Dutch capital on June 7-9.
Delegates and guests will be able to listen to speakers highlight the latest developments, innovations and regulations driving the adoption of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Among topics to be looked into include the business and economics of alternative fuels in the aviation industry that includes the sourcing, buying, hedging and trading of SAF.
Other areas that will be looked into include the latest developments in book and claim and mass balancing as well as corporate travel programmes and commitments to reduce emissions.
Among the delegates attending include representatives from Air bp, Gevo and Honeywell as well as from Corys and OMV.
The event will also give guests a chance to network and speak about the latest developments in the sector.
For more information about the Sustainable Aviation Futures Congress visit safcongress.com
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