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Air NZ/Govt SAF deal key pillar of wider tourism action plan

Government releases environmental aspects of Tourism ITP for consultation.

Air New Zealand CEO Greg Foran and CSO Kiri Hannifin with board member Laurissa Cooney and Tourism Minister Peeni Henare.

Will Mace Fri, 16 Jun 2023

A public/private partnership to explore developing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production in New Zealand – albeit between the Government and the airline it majority-owns – is the kind of collaboration envisaged by a new environmental action plan for tourism.

Tourism Minister Peeni Henare

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