Alaska Airlines Testing Flights With Fuel Made From Fermented Corn

Fuel prices may have dropped for airlines in the past year, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t looking for alternative means to power their aircraft. To that end, Alaska Airlines today flew two flights using a biofuel mixture derived from fermented corn.  [More]

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Southwest To Start Flying Some Planes With Biofuels Made From Forest Waste As Early As 2016

Over the years there have been a number of fuel alternatives proven to power vehicles: from cooking oil to solar panels. Still we weren’t exactly prepared for planes that fly on forest remnants. But apparently it’s possible and Southwest plans to implement the use of those biofuels in at least some flights as soon as 2016. [More]

Airlines Looking At Biofuel Options For Environmental Benefits

Airlines Looking At Biofuel Options For Environmental Benefits

Load up the garbage truck and head over to the airport: Airlines are looking to pack an environmentally-friendly punch by way of using biofuel to power their jets. [More]