ICAO Global Framework for Aviation Alternative Fuels

Return to the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Homepage

 

The ICAO Global Framework for Aviation Alternative Fuels (GFAAF) is a database that provides a variety of information related to aviation fuels, including over 600 news announcements dating back to 2005, details of past and ongoing projects, and facts and figures. ICAO continues to maintain this database, which was created as an outcome of the 2009 ICAO Conference on Aviation Alternative Fuels. States and stakeholders are invited to share relevant information with ICAO for inclusion on the ICAO GFAAF by emailing officeenv@icao.int.

 

Latest News

Click the headlines below to access the GFAAF “News and Activities” page, which includes links to over 600 news articles dating back to 2005.

Fast Facts

 

Drop(1) 22 November 2019.PNGDrop(2) 22 November 2019.PNGDrop(3) 22 November 2019.PNG

 

Learn More

Click any of the banners below or in the menu to the left to learn more about sustainable aviation fuels.

 

 

 

Aviation Live Feed - Ongoing Alternative Fuel Purchase Agreements

This live feed is based on publically available information from airports and airlines involved in on-going alternative fuel purchase agreements. Due to the fuel blending procedures at these airports, it is not possible to determine the quantity of alternative fuel being used on any flight that appears on this live feed. The live feed displays all flights that comply with the following criteria:

Live Feed Key.PNGLiveFeedMap.PNG

Batches of fuel have also been delivered to several other airports. For more information about those initiatives, click to view a map of alternative fuel use at airports. ​ ​

 

Contact Us

States and stakeholders are invited to send questions or information about their news, activities, and initiatives to officeenv@icao.int.

Other Resources​ ​

SAF Guide Cover.PNGENV Report 2016 Cover.PNGRio+20 Cover.PNG

​ICAO Environmental Report - 2019

Sustainable Aviation Fuels Guide (Version 2) - 2018

Flightpath to a Sustainable Future - 2012

Click here for access to additional resources. ​

 

Share this page: