Jet Green

August 2011
Forbes Asia;Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p48
The article reports that Honeywell International Inc. has successfully used biofuels in the Gulfstream G450 airlines. After the use of biofuels, international aviation regulators have also approved commercial use of renewable fuel. It is stated that there have been many shorter test flights by U.S. military and commercial jets using biofuels made from algae, camelina, and cooking oil.


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