Aircrafts and helicopters with jet motors can be fuelled by Jet A1, or, as it i also called, kerosene or jet fuel. When biobased fuels are mixed in with aviation fuels, the product is called biojet. Today, fuel from four different biobased production routes are certified as additives in conventional Jet A1. From a Swedish perspective, three of them are considered as interesting to develop further. The new fact sheet on aviation biofuel from f3 covers these three production routes.

At this point, this specific fact sheet is only available in Swedish. However, fact sheets covering other fuels are available in English. Find them here.

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