Lufthansa To Introduce Biofuel-Powered Flights Next Year

Lufthansa To Introduce Biofuel-Powered Flights Next Year

Europe's largest airline will be trialing environmentally-friendly fuels in its regular flights next year.

Naresh Kumar
  • 2 december 2010

Early next year, Lufthansa will launch passenger flights that will run on biofuel. As part of its burnFAIR project that explores the effects of biofuels on aircraft performance, a Lufthansa-owned Airbus A321 flying between Hamburg and Frankfurt will be fueled by a kerosene and vegetable oil blend for six months.

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