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Jet Aviation puts SAF into Bozeman and Scottsdale
Jet Aviation has secured SAF through an agreement with World Fuel Services that it will offer on-site at its FBOs in Bozeman, Montana and Scottsdale, Arizona.
SAF will be available for uplift at Jet Aviation FBOs in Bozeman, Montana, and Scottsdale, Arizona, as well as at Van Nuys.
Read this story in our January 2024 printed issue.

Jet Aviation has purchased a long-term supply of SAF from World Fuel Services for uplift on-site at its FBOs in Bozeman, Montana and Scottsdale, Arizona. This is in addition to its SAF offering at Van Nuys, California.

SAF is a fully compliant, drop-in Jet A/A-1 fuel with the same characteristics and specifications as conventional jet fuel.

"I am delighted to be able to offer customers travelling to Bozeman, Scottsdale and Van Nuys the choice to fuel with SAF on-site," says Richard Layson, vice president regional FBO operations. "As two of the newest additions to our FBO network, Bozeman and Scottsdale represent our continued efforts to offer our customers a range of services. We will continue to partner to increase SAF access and availability across our network in areas where our supplies are easily accessible."

Jet Aviation has offered SAF as part of a blended fuel supply at Van Nuys since 2019. Through this agreement with World Fuel, customers will now be able to purchase from a dedicated SAF inventory at the California site, as well as on-site in Bozeman and Scottsdale.

"Jet Aviation is committed to supporting sustainable aviation and contributing towards our industry's efforts to reduce carbon emissions," adds David Best, vice president regional operations and general manager Americas. "We all have a role to play in this global effort and collaboration is key to success. We are very excited to partner with World Fuel Services to bring even more sustainable choices to our US customers."

"We are proud to partner with Jet Aviation in enabling increased access to SAF supply across their FBO network," adds Brad Hurwitz, senior vice president, fuel supply and trading. "Through actions such as these, we are collectively showing the power of collaboration in helping achieve the aviation industry's 2050 net zero goals. At World Fuel Services, we are focused on broadening the availability of lower carbon alternatives, and we see SAF as a key enabler for taking immediate action to support the decarbonisation of air travel."

Jet Aviation also offers on-site physical SAF at FBO locations in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Singapore. Since 2021 the company has offered customers the opportunity to access the benefits of SAF in locations where there is currently no physical supply through its global Book and Claim service.

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