A trio of European airlines has signed an agreement for a regular supply of biofuel at Oslo Airport, which will next year become the world’s first hub airport to receive regular deliveries of biofuel. SAS Scandinavian Airlines, Germany’s Lufthansa Group (which includes Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Germanwings, Eurowings and Brussels Airlines), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Oslo Airport operator Avinor have all signed agreements with Statoil Aviation to supply 2.5 million ...

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