Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, is proud to announce that the company has joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG ), which had their first face-to-face meeting in Mexico City on March 31st.
Grupo Aeromexico is comprised of four subsidiaries: Aeromexico, Mexico’s largest transcontinental airline, Aeromexico Connect, Aeromexico Travel, its charter airline, and EMA, the Group’s aircraft maintenance company. Its fleet includes Boeing 777, 767, 737, and MD80 aircraft, next generation Embraer 145 and 190 airplanes.
Grupo Aeromexico operates its main hub out of Terminal 2 in the Mexico City International Airport. The Group’s airlines operate over 500 daily flights to different cities in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Europe and Asia.
What is SAFUG?
SAFUG is an industry working group mostly represented by international airlines, airplane and engine manufacturers which aims to accelerate the development, certification and commercial deployment of aviation biofuels. The group is bound by a stringent sustainability criteria that, without compromising the biodiversity, and by supporting the areas where fuel is produced, in an effort to make the aviation industry more sustainable.
As a part of its global strategy, Aeromexico has been working with various industry groups maximizing its flight operations efficiency to be a environmentally friendly airline. The airline has participated in various forums and projects advancing the biofuels as a viable, realistic and safe alternative to reduce the greenhouse gases from aviation.
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