aircraft fuel

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aircraft fuel

[′er‚kraft ‚fyül]
(materials)
The material used as a source of energy by an aircraft engine to provide propulsion.
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Airlines and airplane manufacturers are undertaking several initiatives to lower the industry's carbon footprint, and renewable aviation fuel will be a key part of their long-term environmental solution," says Kaisa Hietala, Neste's Executive Vice President of Renewable Products.
The company has been refuelling aircraft and conducting "into the wing" aviation fuel sales since January 1, 2008.
Sinopec is the instrumental partner in helping the central government to establish a Chinese airworthiness certification for alternative aviation fuels made from locally grown feedstocks," Airbus noted.
The Aviation Fuel Club, which aims to make aviation fuel affordable for sport aviators, is working to ensure that unleaded avgas is available at many airports across the country.
The NExBTL fuel usage resulted in 1% lower fuel consumption compared to regular fossil jet fuel, due to the higher energy content of renewable aviation fuel.
He announced the development with the LanzaTech company of low-carbon aviation fuel.
Members of the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group--including Air New Zealand, Boeing, Qantas and Virgin Australia--together with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation and The Climate Group collaborated on the study.
Shell MRPL Aviation Fuels and Services Private Limited (SMA), a joint venture between Shell and Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL), signed the new deals to extend its fuel supply services to these 12 airports across India.
A JET travelling from London to Los Angeles circled the Irish Sea so it could dump aviation fuel before returning to Heathrow Airport with system problems.
Bad aviation fuel from state-owned National Petroleum (NP) shut down domestic air bridge flights from Piarco to Crown Pointe airport in Tobago and vice versa, reports The Trinidad Express (May 21, 2009).
It provides guidance on common procedures used to assess and protect aviation fuel quality, and explains a number of ASTM test methods used as field tests.

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