More Airports Make SAF Available
To support growing demand, more airports are making sustainable aviation fuel available to operators, and some are even planning to produce their own.
News & Events
HAI To Promote SAF Use at Heli-ExpoLearn more: HAI To Promote SAF Use at Heli-Expo
5 Key Steps In The SAF Process: From Biomass Recovery To A Sustainable FlightLearn more: 5 Key Steps In The SAF Process: From Biomass Recovery To A Sustainable Flight
Business Aviation Industry Groups Aim to Speed Adoption of SAFLearn more: Business Aviation Industry Groups Aim to Speed Adoption of SAF
World’s First Ethanol-to-Jet Fuel Plant Opens in USLearn more: World’s First Ethanol-to-Jet Fuel Plant Opens in US
Joint SAF project in Texas due for completion in 2025Learn more: Joint SAF project in Texas due for completion in 2025
Senators Introduce ‘Farm to Fly’ Act to Expand Use of Biofuels for AviationLearn more: Senators Introduce ‘Farm to Fly’ Act to Expand Use of Biofuels for Aviation
More Airports Make SAF AvailableLearn more: More Airports Make SAF Available
U.S. Treasury Issues New SAF Tax Credit GuidanceLearn more: U.S. Treasury Issues New SAF Tax Credit Guidance
Aviation Sets SAF Framework To Make Air Travel More SustainableLearn more: Aviation Sets SAF Framework To Make Air Travel More Sustainable
100% SAF Test Flights Show Industry ProgressLearn more: 100% SAF Test Flights Show Industry Progress
The Business Aviation Coalition for Sustainable Aviation Fuel, developed by a coalition of international aviation organizations, was created to address a “knowledge gap” on the availability and safety of SAF and advance the proliferation of alternative jet fuels at all the logical touchpoints: the manufacturers, the ground handlers and the operators, at the regional, national and international levels.
The Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) Initiative focuses on emissions reduction through investment and innovation. The industry’s commitment to emissions reduction was further codified through the Business Aviation Commitment on Climate Change, with three aspirational goals contained in the commitment:
average improvement in efficiency per year from 2020 to 2030
Carbon neutral growth from 2020 onwards
in carbon emissions by 2050
The business aviation community has long been committed to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from aircraft, with a proven record of advances in carbon reduction. The industry has continually promoted investment in, and development of, innovative products, procedures and policies aimed at reducing its environmental footprint.
Our goals will be met through advancements in four pillars.
An Ambitious Plan to Achieve Sustainable Aviation
The Business Aviation Commitment on Climate Change is the industry’s bold blueprint to cut carbon emissions in half by 2050. In the BACCC, business aviation pledged to achieve carbon-neutral growth after 2020, continue to increase fuel efficiency 2% per year and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Continually Working Toward a Lower-Carbon Future
Fueling the Future is an educational and informational resource guide created by the SAF Coalition about the practicalities of SAF development, industry adoption, and pending expansion of supply and use, primarily from the perspectives of the business aviation community. Check out Fueling the Future to learn about the many benefits of SAF and how to get access to safe, sustainable fuel today.
THE BUSINESS AVIATION COALITION FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL STEERING COMMITTEE:
- Air BP
- Alder Fuels
- Atlantic Aviation
- Bombardier Business Aircraft
- Dassault Falcon Jet
- Embraer Executive Aircraft
- Gulfstream Aerospace
- Jet Aviation
- Phillips 66
- Signature Flight Support/EPIC
- World Energy
- World Fuel Services