S7 Airlines became the first Russian air carrier to fly on SAF (sustainable aviation fuel) biofuel. This was reported on the official website of the airline, reports Buro247.ru.
The new Airbus A320neo, which took off from the Toulouse plant, was fueled with SAF based on organic compounds and classic aviation fuel, the proportion of which in the mixture is at least 10%.
According to the information on the website, by 2050 S7 Airlines plans to achieve carbon neutrality by reducing carbon fuel consumption by 4–5%. Currently, only 45 airlines in the world have experience flying SAF.