Air Canada moving to shared biofuel fuel system


Air Canada is partnering with 13 organizations on a three-year project to introduce 400,000 litres of sustainable aviation biofuel (biojet) into a shared fuel system. Led by Canada’s Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI), the project is a first in Canada and is aimed at creating a sustainable Canadian supply chain of biojet using renewable feedstocks. Previous Air Canada biofuel flights used biojet that was segregated and loaded separately into an aircraft via tanker truck. By contrast, CBSCI’s objective is to start developing a more efficient operational framework that will introduce biojet into a multi-user, co-mingled airport fuel supply system.


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