MAG to expand sustainable aviation fuel use

The Malaysia Aviation Group's sending-off ceremony of Malaysia’s inaugural commercial flight powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel, in collaboration with Petronas.- S.S.Kanesan/The Star.

SEPANG: Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) will expand the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for its subsidiary groups between six months to one year, said MAG chief sustainability officer Philip See.

He said there are several ongoing discussions at this moment to ensure that all the organisations are ready for what is a part of the company's commitment to achieve socio-economic development as well as reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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