Virgin Lands Aviation First With Bio-Fuel Atlantic Crossing
by Conrad Langridge
What's Going On Here?
What Does This Mean?
Passengers on Virgin Atlantic VS16 flight from Orlando to London Gatwick arrived in the UK on Tuesday morning and may not have noticed anything different with their flight.
LanzaTech takes the waste, carbon-rich gases to first make ethanol, which can then be used for a range of low carbon products, including jet fuel.
Why Should We Care?
Virgin are not the only airline in the eco-game, with EasyJet partnering with aviation startup Wright Electric to create cheap electric flights by the year 2027. But until then, any improvements to cleaning up air-travel is welcome!
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