SAFUG objective is to accelerate the development and commercialisation of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation.
SAFUG is aiming at developing a world leading fact base on sustainable alternative fuels in order to provide a body of peer-reviewed research and best practices for supporting the practical application of common sustainability criteria for the implementation of sustainable aviation fuels. It intends to support the development of government policies which promote the development, certification, and commercial use of sustainable, lower carbon aviation fuels.
Air China, AeroMexico, Air France, Air New Zealand, Alaska Airlines, ANA, AviancaTaca, British Airways, Cargolux, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, GOL, GulfAir, JAL, Jet Blue, KJM, Lufthansa, Qantas, Qatar Airways, SAS, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, TAM, TUI Travel PLC, United, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia
April 2013: SAFUG released a Global Policy Statement on Indirect Land Use Charges (ILUC), available on their website at: http://www.safug.org/recent-activity/
15 June 2012: Boeing 747-8 Freighter historic biofuel flight to Paris
18 April 2012: ANA flies the 787 Dreamliner in first-ever transpacific flight using biofuel