VINCI Airports deploys SAF on its network

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VINCI Airports, which operates Saint-Nazaire Montoir airport, and TotalEnergies have joined forces to make sustainable aviation fuel available.
The biofuel is produced in France by TotalEnergies from waste and residues from the circular economy, such as used cooking oil.
Airbus will use this sustainable aviation fuel to refuel Belugas used for the daily transport of fuselage sections between its production plant in Saint-Nazaire and the assembly lines in Toulouse.
This fuel will also be used by the Airbus shuttle operated by Air Corsica transporting the manufacturer's employees and subcontractors between Saint-Nazaire and Toulouse every day.
VINCI Airports continues to deploy sustainable aviation fuel on its network.
By offering it in several of its airports (Clermont-Ferrand, Grenoble and Toulon), VINCI Airports is helping to limit the carbon impact of air travel on its network (scope 3), in parallel with actions carried out within the scope of its own activities at its airports (scopes 1 and 2).

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