Air BP brings more biofuel to Scandinavia

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Air BP has extended its biofuel footprint in the Nordics.

Air BP is now making available a supply of commercial jet biofuel to Halmstad airport, in Sweden. The oil company has collaborated with Halmstad airport and the Swedish domestic airline, BRA (formerly Braathens Regional) to make this possible.

The first batch was delivered to Halmstad airport on June 29 and was successfully uplifted by BRA when it refuelled its ATR 72-600 aircraft. It is available to all airlines that refuel at the airport, initially for a period of one year.

This follows Air BP’s successful introduction of biojet at Oslo airport in January 2016. Air BP has since then continued to work towards growing its biojet footprint in the region and has supplied airlines and airports on an ad hoc basis at Stockholm Arlanda, Stockholm Bromma and Göteborg Landvetter.

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