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Renewable fuel option at Davos

Aviation fuel produced from waste and residues is being made available at Zurich Airport this week during the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Neste’s MY Renewable Jet Fuel™ generates a carbon footprint 80% smaller than that created by fossil jet fuel. And thanks to a tie-up between Neste, Jet Aviation and Zurich Airport, the fuel will be blended with jet fuel to offer a cleaner alternative for business jets using the airport this week.

“We are very excited about Neste MY Renewable Jet Fuel being now available for the first time at the Zurich airport. The aviation industry has set clear targets for a more sustainable future. And as the world leaders gather at the World Economic Forum, we are proud to cooperate with Jet Aviation and Zurich Airport and offer WEF visitors our sustainable aviation fuel, which contributes to efficient reduction of aviation related greenhouse gas emissions. We will continue close collaboration with partners to support the aviation industry in reaching its ambitious emission reduction targets,” said Thorsten Lange, Neste’s Executive Vice President for Renewable Aviation.

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