KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has launched a series of around 80 biofuel flights from Oslo to Amsterdam using an Embraer E190. The remaining flights will be operated over a period of five to six weeks, KLM said in a statement. They will depart from Oslo Airport (Avinor), the first airport to supply biofuel directly from its hydrant system in January this year. Oslo Airport has begun supplying Air BP Biojet via its regular fuel hydrant system, for launch customers KLM, Lufthansa Group and SAS ...

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