TRAN votes for SAF quotas for aircraft

85 percent of aircraft fuel are supposed to be sustainable by 2050. Members of the Transport Committee in the EU Parliament (TRAN) voted on the ReFuelEU Aviation legislative proposal on Monday afternoon. From 2025, the share of so-called sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) in the total consumption of European aviation is to be 2 percent, rising to 37 percent by 2040. In 2050, the quota should eventually be 85 percent, taking into account the potential of electricity and hydrogen in the overall fuel mix. The Commission had proposed 32 percent for 2040 and 63 percent for 2050.

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