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Cepsa and Volotea form partnership to propel sustainable aviation


Cepsa and Volotea have reached an agreement to accelerate the decarbonization of air transport by researching and producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Both companies are prioritizing the development of sustainable fuels to further reduce the carbon footprint of air transport and contribute to the fight against climate change. The partnership involves Cepsa supplying SAF to Volotea, starting in 2025, for the airline’s routes in Spain, where it operates at 22 airports, including Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Malaga, Tenerife Sur and Gran Canaria.

This sustainable fuel will be produced from organic waste, such as used cooking oils and agricultural waste. These biofuels promote the circular economy, as they are made from waste that would otherwise end up in landfills, and they reduce aircraft emissions by up to 90% compared to traditional fuels.

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