Airframer journal -
Airframers step up the search for commercially viable clean aviation fuels
January 2008 issue
The global aircraft industry's commitment to producing commercially viable alternative fuels has never been stronger. It is being driven by the commercial necessity to mitigate the effects of high oil prices and environmental pressures to reduce carbon footprints, as well as heightened US concerns about being economically reliant on petroleum imports.
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Features from this issue:
Alternative commercial aircraft fuels for the short, medium and long-term
Marine algae seen as providing a promising pool of alternative fuel