Honeywell announced (18-Jun-2011) its "Green Jet Fuel" has successfully powered the first trans-Atlantic biofuel flight, conducted Honeywell-operated Gulfstream G450, which landed at Paris Le Bourget Airport. The aircraft was powered by a 50/50 blend of Honeywell Green Jet Fuel and petroleum-based jet fuel, powering one of the aircraft’s Rolls-Royce engines. It was also the first business jet to be powered by a biofuel. The biofuel was derived from camelina. Honeywell has produced more than 700,000 gallons of Honeywell Green Jet Fuel from sustainable, inedible sources such as camelina, jatropha and algae for use in commercial and military testing. [more]
Honeywell conducts first trans-Atlantic biofuel flight
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The next few years for aviation in the Americas are filled with uncertainties, ranging from potential fallout from President Trump’s trade and travel policies to Brexit and the future shape and direction of US-China aviation relations.
“Information is the resolution of uncertainty” - Claude Shannon. Don’t miss this opportunity to gather crucial intelligence necessary for shaping the Americas aviation industry during the next decade.
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