2 Airlines Are Already Using Biofuels, So Why Aren’t We All Flying Green?

In July, Brazilian airline GOL became the first airline to use a new type of biofuel to power a commercial flight. The fuel in question was farnesene, which is made from sugar cane. And like the ethanol in your gasoline, 10% of the Florida to São Paulo flight’s jet fuel was made of this biofuel. But this isn’t the only biofuel you could see taking flight in the future.