Wizz Air inks sustainable aviation fuel supply deal

Wednesday, 15 Nov, 2022 0

Wizz Air signed a Memorandum of Understanding with OMV for the supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) through 2030. 

The MoU gives Wizz Air the opportunity to purchase up to 185,000 metric tons of SAF.

OMV is an integrated oil, gas and chemicals company based in Vienna.

The co-operation allows Wizz Air to progress its plan for the reduction of CO2.

OMV plans to increase SAF production to as much as 700,000 tons in 2030.

Owain Jones, Development Officer at Wizz Air, said: “We have achieved our sustainability position by continued investment in innovative technology and operating the most up-to-date aircraft.“

„Wizz Air is committed to driving our emissions intensity down by a further 25% by the end of the decade.”



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