Airbus signed an agreement with Air Canada and BioFuelNet Canada to study aviation biofuel. "Any new alternative fuel has to work on existing and future aircraft without modification while meeting certification requirements," Frederic Eychenne, Airbus New Energies program manager, said in a statement.
Airbus partners with Air Canada on aviation biofuel study
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