KLM says it's first airline to operate commercial flight on biofuel

06/30/2011 | FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

On Wednesday, KLM operated its first scheduled flight with an aircraft running on biofuel. The Boeing 737-800 flight traveled from Amsterdam to Paris, powered by biokerosene. The Dutch airline said KLM is "the first airline in the world to operate a commercial flight carrying 171 passengers on biokerosene."

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