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Sustainable aviation fuel: Ready for takeoff?

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Listen: Sustainable aviation fuel: Ready for takeoff?

Over a decade after the first flight using sustainable aviation fuel took off, SAF has gained prominence in airlines' sustainability tool boxes as the industry tackles its collective carbon footprint. Growing consumer awareness around the environmental impact of the transportation industry has added to this global dialogue. SAF has made inroads into the US via California however producers and airlines alike must navigate fragmented environmental policies that this nascent market.

Sophie Byron, associate pricing director for agriculture in the Americas, and Ellie Valencia, senior pricing specialist for jet fuel, are joined by Chris Cooper, Neste's vice president for renewable aviation in North America, to discuss the future growth of the SAF market.

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