At SkyCare, we’re propelling sustainability and innovation to unprecedented levels! We’re excited to announce our bold commitment to integrate Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) into our operations by 2030.

What does this mean for you? It spells out a cleaner, greener future for aviation and our planet! SAF holds the remarkable potential to slash CO2 emissions by up to 80%, marking a significant stride in our fight against climate change.

By embracing SAF, we’re not just reducing our carbon footprint – we’re spearheading the transformation of the aviation industry. Our dedication to sustainability goes beyond mere words; it’s ingrained in everything we do.

Envision a world where every flight you take contributes to a healthier planet. With SkyCare’s adoption of SAF, that vision becomes a reality. Together, we’re blazing a trail towards a brighter, more sustainable future for aviation and beyond.

Keep an eye out as we embark on this journey towards greener skies. The future of flight begins now, and we’re honoured to have you join us on this remarkable voyage!

The UK Government plans to be Delivering net zero aviation by 2050.

What is SAF?

SAF, a liquid fuel currently utilised in commercial aviation, demonstrates the potential to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80%. Its production can stem from various sources (feedstock), such as waste oil and fats, green and municipal waste, and non-food crops.

Moreover, SAF can be synthetically manufactured through a process that directly captures carbon from the air. Recognised as ‘sustainable,’ SAF distinguishes itself by not competing with food crops or water supplies, nor contributing to forest degradation. While fossil fuels escalate CO2 levels by releasing previously sequestered carbon, SAF effectively recycles CO2 absorbed by the biomass in its feedstock during its lifecycle.

Certified biofuel production pathways, totalling seven, are capable of producing SAF that matches the operational performance of Jet A1 fuel. These SAFs are engineered as drop-in solutions, seamlessly blendable into existing airport fuel infrastructure and fully compatible with modern aircraft.

Published 25th April 2024

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