Turkish Airlines biofuel aircraft completes first passenger flight

Turkish Airlines biofuel-powered aircraft makes first flight with passengers

Turkish flag carrier performed his first flight on the new themed aircraft. It was flight TK1795 to Stockholm. During the flight, biofuel was used, and the “principle of zero waste” was also observed.

On the experimental flight, kraft paper napkins, paper cups, wooden salt and pepper shakers were used, all passengers were served a “wellness” free of charge. green tea. Eco-friendly pillowcases and blankets made from a special water-saving material were given out in premium cabins, and certified wooden toys were presented to children.

Turkish Airlines has assured that it supports biofuel production efforts and aims to increase the number of flights, who use environmentally friendly materials during their flights. 

Turkish Airlines will continue its efforts to reduce carbon emissions with new generation aircraft. expanding the network of cities served with biofuel: Stockholm, Oslo, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Paris and London. Today, the average age of the airline's aircraft is 8.5 years — it is one of the youngest parks in the world.

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