KLM wants to run biofuel flights by 2011

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Amsterdam) stated yesterday (March 18) it wants to operate biofuel flights from 2011 according to this Reuters report.

Last November, during a 1.5 hour KLM flight above the Netherlands, one engine of a Boeing 747-400 flew on a mixture of 50 percent sustainable biofuel and 50 percent on traditional kerosene. The other three engines ran on 100 percent normal kerosene.

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