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Japan to require overseas flights use 10% sustainable fuel

Jetliners entering and leaving the nation must meet regulation by 2030

Haneda airport is one of the two international gateways that serve Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Japan is to make it mandatory that 10% of aviation fuel for international flights using Japanese airports be sustainable, Nikkei has learned.

A regulation that will hold oil wholesalers accountable for meeting the threshold is to take effect in 2030.

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