Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Towards a sustainable future for aviation in Asia Pacific

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Aviation Fuel™ for example, offers up to 80% reduction in life cycle greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) compared to conventional fossil jet fuel. Image: Unsplash/ Pascal Meier

Thorsten Lange
EVP Sustainable Aviation, Neste
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Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is predicted to be the single largest way to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions. Image: Neste

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