Gulfstream bemoans lack of US aviation biofuels infrastructure

8 Jun 2018 | John McGarrity

Gulfstream, the world's biggest supplier of private jets, says that a lack of infrastructure to supply biofuels is holding the company back from reducing the carbon footprint of its aircraft.

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