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Singapore Air to Sell Sustainable Aviation Fuel Credits in July

  • About 1,000 SAF credits will initially be available for sale
  • Airlines use a blend of SAF and jet fuel to reduce emissions
Other measures Singapore Airlines is taking to reduce emissions include operating a young fleet and reducing weight on planes.

Other measures Singapore Airlines is taking to reduce emissions include operating a young fleet and reducing weight on planes.

Photographer: Ore Huiying/Bloomberg

Singapore Airlines Ltd. will start selling sustainable aviation fuel credits in July, a move that will help travelers mitigate carbon footprints as businesses and governments work to reach net zero emissions by 2050. 

The city-state’s flag carrier plans to sell 1,000 SAF credits to travelers and freight forwarders, it said in a joint statement Wednesday with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and Temasek Holdings Pte. The credits are generated from 1,000 tons of the cleaner fuel delivered to Changi Airport, and each credit purchased will help reduce 2.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions, according to the statement.