In a historic move, the Swedish airline Västflyg and Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport are poised to become global pioneers, exclusively utilizing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supplied by the Finnish producer Neste for all their flights.Anna Petre, CEO of Västflyg, highlights the imperative of preventing the increase of CO2 emissions from flights while emphasizing the vital role of aviation in a sustainable society. Supported by partners such as GKN Aerospace, Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport, and Neste, Västflyg aims to be the world's first airline to operate all departures using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).Västflyg's flights, including regular routes between Trollhättan-Bromma and Trollhättan-Visby, will operate on fuel blended with Neste MY Renewable Aviation Fuel. By incorporating this biofuel mixture into charter flights as well, Västflyg becomes the preferred choice for environmentally conscious travelers seeking a climate-friendly option.The transformative efforts are not limited to Västflyg alone. Commencing in mid-June, Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport will exclusively offer Sustainable Aviation Fuel blended with renewable jet fuel. This pivotal investment represents a small step towards monumental change. Together with Västflyg, GKN Aerospace, and Neste, the airport aims to inspire and pave the way for a more sustainable future within the aviation industry.Renewable aviation fuel stands as a compelling alternative to conventional fossil jet fuel. Neste MY Renewable Aviation Fuel derives 100 percent of its raw materials from sustainably sourced waste and residual products, including used cooking oil and animal fat. Blended with conventional jet fuel, renewable jet fuel seamlessly integrates into existing aircraft engines and fuel infrastructure. The utilization of sustainable aviation fuel can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80 percent over the fuel's life cycle compared to fossil jet fuel.