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A plane partly powered by biofuel derived from algae has completed its first test flight by a United States airline.
A New Zealand airliner successfully fueled a plane using oil from the seeds of a poisonous shrub, at a time when airlines hit by high oil prices and pressure over the impact of planes on the environment seek greener fuels.
By CHRIS KAHN Getting the right mix to keep the engines running properly is tricky. PHOENIX -- With the price of oil still above $100 a barrel, everything from wood chips to chicken fat is being scrutinized as an alternative to traditional fuel.
Britainâ€™s Virgin Atlantic Airlines announced it had flown one of its Boeing 747 jumbo jets from London to Amsterdam using a renewable biofuel composed of Brazilian babassu and coconut oils. The flight represents the first time a commercial airline has completed a biofuel-powered flight.
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