• Vistara, a joint venture of Tata group and Singapore Airlines, became India’s first carrier to operate a wide-body aircraft using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on a long-haul route.
  • The flight from South Carolina to Delhi was fueled with a 30 percent blend of SAF, which reduced CO2 emissions by 150,000 pounds over the fuel’s life cycle. The flight was operated in partnership with Boeing and GE Aerospace, on Vistara’s newest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
  • The SAF used by Vistara for its long-haul flight was supplied by World Energy, a US-based company that produces low-carbon fuels from renewable feedstocks.

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