Kenya Airways flies with Eni’s biofuel produced in Livorno and Gela

Kenya Airways has become the first airline to use sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supplied by Eni for a long-haul flight. The Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner, which departed from Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport bound for Amsterdam, was fueled with a blend of Eni’s sustainable aviation fuel and conventional JetA1. Eni’s biojet fuel, produced in its Livorno refinery, is suitable for blending up to 50% with conventional fuel. From 2025, a portion of SAF will be mandatory for all flights departing from European airports. Eni is also developing a supply chain in Kenya for used cooking oil and vegetable oils.

Kenya Airways vola con il biocarburante dell’Eni prodotto a Livorno e a Gela

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