Wizz Air’s Waste Oil-Powered Plane Takes Flight in Innovative Move

Hungarian energy company Mol, budget airline Wizz Air and Hungary’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport have begun testing a blend of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), aimed at reducing carbon emissions from aircraft. The initial commercial flight using SAF blended with fossil Jet A1 jet fuel took place on 10 May, with Neste supplying the fuel to Mol. The SAF used in the test contains 37% “new generation” jet fuel derived from renewable waste and residual raw materials that is produced sustainability, while reducing CO2 emissions by up to 80% over the fuel’s lifecycle. Budget airline Wizz Air has a sustainability strategy that aims to cut carbon emissions by 25% by 2030.


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