Icelandair Signs Up for Local E-SAF

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Icelandair has signed up for up to 45,000 metric tons (14.9 million gallons) of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from local green hydrogen development company IdunnH2 from 2028. In a Mar. 2 statement, the flag carrier said the deal would be enough to cut its annual carbon emissions from international flights by 10%. The zero-carbon power-to-liquids SAF will be made at IdunnH2’s upcoming 300 MW green hydrogen plant near Reykjavik–Keflavik International Airport, which has emerged as a connection and refueling hub for flights between Europe and North America.

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