FUELING THE FUTURE
Coalition Rolls Out Sustainable Aviation Fuel Guide

Edition 2 | 2020

Awareness and concern continue to grow about the harmful effects on the atmosphere of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from industrial installations, power plants, surface vehicles, ocean-going vessels and aircraft. The aviation industry leads the way in taking steps to improve its efficiency, and address its emissions impact.

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Introduction 

The single-largest potential reduction in aviation greenhouse gas emissions will come about through the broad adoption of SAF

Background 

What is the role of SAF in helping the industry meet its climate change commitments?

What if SAF Is Unavailable?

The industry is pursuing innovative measures to augment or stand in for use of the fuel.

Increasing Regulatory Acceptance 

Key Civil Aviation Authorities globally are actively supporting sustainable growth and SAF is an important part of this drive towards sustainability.

Industry Commitments on Climate Change 

The industry has kept its focus on improving efficiency and reducing its CO2 footprint via four pillars.

Technical Basics 

SAF blending agents must have the same qualities and characteristics as conventional jet fuel in order to substitute and be blended with conventional jet fuel.

SAF Production Today

Any SAF considered for use by the industry must meet all the criteria of, and be included in, ASTM D7566.

Purchasing SAF Today 

Business aviation manufacturers and fuel suppliers are also working to help business aircraft operators increase their use of SAF.

Economics

Production of SAF may become more economically viable and compete with conventional fuels as costs are lowered by improvements in production technology, scale and policy support.

Why Should You Use SAF? 

There are several concrete benefits that come with the use of SAF.

FAQs

We share frequently asked questions and answers for Operators & Owners and Fixed Base Operators (FBOs).

Additional Technical Info 

Industry-approved methods for SAF blending component production

THE BUSINESS AVIATION COALITION FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL STEERING COMMITTEE:

THE BUSINESS AVIATION COALITION FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL IS:

Signature Flight Support/EPIC

World Energy

World Fuel Services

Aerion Supersonic

Air BP

Avfuel

Bombardier Business Aircraft

Dassault Falcon Jet

Embraer Executive Aircraft

Gulfstream Aerospace

Neste

Phillips 66

About us

 

The Business Aviation Coalition for Sustainable Aviation Fuel, developed by a coalition of international aviation organizations, was created, first, to address a "knowledge gap" on the availability and safety of SAF and, second, to 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.

Media Contacts

 

NBAA
Dan Hubbard
+1 202 783 9360
dhubbard@nbaa.org

GAMA
Andre Castro
+1 202 393 1500
acastro@gama.aero

 

IBAC
Marj Rose
+1 214 862 8992
mrose@market-lift.com

NATA
Shannon Chambers
+1 202 774 1500
schambers@nata.aero 

 

EBAA
Frederique Luca
+32 479 66 08 13
fluca@ebaa.org

CAAFI

Steve Csonka

+1 513 800 7980

csonka.caafi.ed@gmail.com