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Powering Progress Through Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)


SAF accounts for <0.1% of global jet fuel, yet it’s possible to produce it
worldwide and boost job growth.


Investing in SAF can:1

  • Create jobs to gather, process, and transport feedstock.
  • Improve regional energy independence and resilience.
  • Drive down costs as production ramps up.


SAF contains fewer impurities like sulfur, creating less new pollutants in
around airports.


Increased use of SAF can:2

  • Enable reductions in sulfur dioxide and particulate matter emissions.
  • Protect airport workers from the negative impacts of pollutants.
  • Help improve air quality at airports and surrounding communities.


SAF can reduce carbon emissions by up to 80% on a lifecycle basis compared to


When compared to fossil fuels, SAF can:3

  • Restore an ecological balance by preserving natural resources.
  • Be produced from municipal waste which would typically be left to decay.
  • Allow business travel to be a force for good for the long-term.

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