Oslo Airport now offers jet biofuel to all airlines, and is the first large international airport in the world to take this step.
According to Oslo Airport, the initiative is in line with the EU objective that biofuel should account for 3.5 percent of all jet fuel by 2020. It is also part of the airport’s efforts to reach the aviation industry’s goal of carbon neutral growth by 2020 and halving the 2005 level of emissions by 2050.
– We hope this will inspire other airports to do the same, so that we can work together towards carbon-neutral aviation, says Dag Falk-Petersen, CEO of Avinor, the company that operates Oslo Airport. READ MORE about Biofuel for all at Oslo Airport