Finnair will begin using bio fuels


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Thursday, 14 July 2011
The airline Finnair will start flying on biofuel for the first time next week. According to reports from Finland’s national broadcaster Yle,  which also report that Finnair tested biofuel in an Airbus 320 recently.
The fuel is made from recycled materials and has been developed by the company SkyNRG, according to the report.


Aviation authorities' rules hold that half the fuel used in aircraft could be made up of biofuel. Finnair is not the only airliner to use bio fuel.  German Lufthansa will also use biofuel on Friday. The company will partially use biodiesel in traffic between Frankfurt and Hamburg. Lufthansa has chosen Neste Oil as its supplier.
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