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Neste: World’s first in-flight study of commercial aircraft using 100% SAF shows significant non-CO2 emission reductions

The Airbus A350 and DLR Falcon in test flight. / SOURCE: Airbus, S.Ramadier

June 6, 2024

BY Neste Corp.

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