SAF Explainer: Your Key Questions Answered

United Airlines made the world’s first passenger flight using 100% SAF in one engine. When mixed with conventional jet fuel, SAF is limited to a 50% blend.

Credit: United Airlines
Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is a critical enabler for airlines progressing to their goal of achieving carbon net-zero emissions by 2050. Yet many in the industry still do not understand what SAF is, how it is produced and why there isn’t enough of it. This explainer addresses some key and often...

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