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Industry Leaders Share Sustainable Aviation Priorities for Farm Bill

WASHINGTON D.C. 鈥 Amid the ongoing negotiations surrounding the Farm Bill, industry stakeholders representing nearly the entire supply chain for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) 鈥 including聽seven聽major airlines 鈥撀犅爄n the House and Senate to boost the role of 澳门开奖直播 farms in fueling low-carbon aviation.

鈥淪AF, which can be produced from renewable biomass and agriculture-based feedstocks, presents an opportunity to expand U.S. markets for agricultural goods, bolster our nation鈥檚 rural economy and provide a renewable, low-emission domestic energy supply for the aviation sector,鈥 wrote聽the Aerospace Industries Association,聽 Airlines for America, Airbus, Alaska Airlines, 澳门开奖直播 Airlines, the 澳门开奖直播 Soybean Association, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc., Boeing, the Cargo Airline Association, Clean Fuels Alliance America, Delta Air Lines, FedEx Express, Fuels America, GE Aerospace, US, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, Gevo, Inc., Growth Energy, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, the Kansas Corn Growers Association, the Kansas Grain Sorghum Association, the Kansas Soybean Association, Marquis Sustainable Aviation Fuel, the National Air Carrier Association, the National Air Transportation Association, the National Business Aviation Association, the National Corn Growers Association, Novonesis, the Ohio Corn & Wheat Growers Association, the Ohio Soybean Association, POET, LLC, the Renewable Fuels Association, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Parcel Service, and聽 Vertical Aviation International.

鈥淒ue to wide bipartisan, bicameral support in Congress, as well as benefits to U.S. farmers, biofuel producers and the aviation industry, we ask that you include meaningful SAF provisions, such as the Farm to Fly Act, in the Farm Bill to strengthen 澳门开奖直播 agriculture and help leverage this key resource,鈥 they added.

The Farm to Fly Act (听补苍诲听) would聽affirm eligibility for SAF within current U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Bio-Energy Programs, facilitate greater collaboration on SAF, and affirm a common 鈥淕REET鈥 definition of SAF for USDA purposes to ensure accurate measurements of emissions reductions from climate-smart farming practices and low-carbon aviation fuel.

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