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Asian airlines have carbon zero in sight as the industry rebounds

With government support, sustainable fuels can support long-haul flights

| East Asia
A carbon-neutral Boeing 777 cargo aircraft is fueled with sustainable aviation fuel at Frankfurt airport in 2020: SAF take a long time to scale up and be fully deployed.   © Reuters

Subhas Menon is director general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines.

In an endeavor to fly faster, further and ever more fuel-efficiently, the air transport industry has repeatedly delivered since the Wright brothers' first flight almost 120 years ago.

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