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Climate charity lodges complaints over airline SAF claims

Lobby group says technologies for cleaner flights don’t work or don’t even exist yet.

Virgin Atlantic's XX used 100% SAF on a transtlantic flight. Photo: Air bp.

Nevil Gibson Fri, 01 Dec 2023

Two of the UK’s largest airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, are facing legal action over their sustainable flight claims. This comes in a week when Virgin made the much-hyped world’s first trans-Atlantic flight by a commercial airliner using 100% sustainable aviation fuel

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