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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of the use of sustainable aviation fuels in south east asia

Promoting Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) in Southeast Asia

As the world focuses on addressing climate change, the aviation industry is making strides towards sustainability. Southeast Asian countries are no exception, with increasing adoption of Sustainable Aviation Fuel Singapore: Changi Airport, one of the busiest in the region, has committed to using SAF for 10% of its jet fuel by 2030. (Source: Changi Airport) Thailand: Thai Airways plans to use SAF for its domestic flights by 2030. (Source: Bangkok Post) Malaysia: The government has set a target to increase SAF usage to 30% by 2030. (Source: Ministry of Transport Malaysia) Indonesia: Garuda Indonesia, the national airline, is actively exploring SAF options. (Source: Garuda Indonesia) SAF reduces carbon emissions by up to 80% compared to traditional jet fuel, making it a crucial part of the aviation industry's sustainability efforts.It helps countries meet their climate commitments under the Paris Agreement. The Future of Aviation:These initiatives showcase a promising future for sustainable aviation in Southeast Asia. Let's continue supporting and investing in SAF to make air travel more eco-friendly! #Sustainability #Aviation #SustainableFuel #ClimateAction #SoutheastAsia #sustainableonvesting #sustainablefinance


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