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Climate Change

Japanese airlines land deals for sustainable jet fuel from U.S. maker

ANA and JAL to buy waste-derived product from Wyoming-based Raven

A rendering of a Raven sustainable aviation fuel plant. (Image courtesy of Raven)

TOKYO -- Japan's two leading air carriers, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, have agreed to source sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from U.S. producer Raven in deals involving Tokyo-based trading house Itochu.

The airlines will buy SAF that Raven aims to produce commercially as early as 2025, using it on international flights.

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