Sustainable Aviation Fuels: Hitting your 2030 targets
Due to their significantly lower lifecycle impact on global warming than conventional jet fuel, Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) have a critical role to play in the decarbonisation of aviation in coming decades. But many airlines don't know where to start or are facing internal challenges owing to myths and outdated perceptions.
Join this webinar—in partnership with Airlines UK—for a practical guide to the actions needed to achieve your decarbonisation ambitions and adapt to the rapidly evolving policy landscape.
Primarily aimed at airlines who are considering their first SAF offtake agreement, it will also be of interest to airports, investors, and policy-makers.
Why should you register
Speakers from International Airlines Group (IAG), the Department for Transport (DfT), and producer Velocys will discuss their respective learnings in this session to help counter these myths and perceptions, and to help you understand:
- How to embark upon your SAF journey.
- The different sources of value that SAFs offer and how these can be used to minimise the premium cost compared to conventional fuels.
- The evolving policy landscape, including mandates and incentives.
- Feedstock availability and sustainability considerations.
Armed with this better understanding airlines and stakeholders should leave with a higher degree of confidence about the actions they might need to take to embark upon their own SAF journey.
The discussion will be chaired by Tim Alderslade, CEO of Airlines UK, and moderated by Kata Cserep, Global MD Aviation for ICF.
Meet the speakers