JetBlue Bolsters SAF Use

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US airline JetBlue says it will be using 15% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Los Angeles airport starting this summer after signing up for additional volumes from jet fuel heavyweight Shell Aviation. A Mar. 15 deal saw JetBlue sign up for an additional 10 million gallons of blended SAF at LAX over two years starting before the end of June. The airline has the option of taking another 5 million gallons in the third year and not necessarily at LAX. JetBlue has committed to using 10% SAF across all its operations by 2030.

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