Aviation, Travel and Tourism

United Airlines plans to use jet fuel made from trash

Sustainable aviation fuel represents barely 1% of jet fuel used worldwide. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

Tracy Rucinski

Correspondent, Reuters

Ankit Ajmera

Writer , Reuters

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A United Airlines passenger jet takes off with New York City as a backdrop, at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, U.S. December 6, 2019.
Air transport accounts for 2%-3% of greenhouse gas emissions. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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