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OMV supplies Ryanair with 500 metric tons of SAF in 2023

Andreas Gruber, CEO at Laudamotion (left); Nina Marczell, senior vice president of industrial sales and marketing at OMV; Steven Fitzgerald, head of finance & sustainability at Ryanair; and Axel Römmer, head of aviation at OMV. / SOURCE: OMV

November 28, 2023

BY OMV

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