“For Air France, the additional cost of SAF could amount to 1 billion euros per year in 2030”, estimates Anne Rigail, its general manager.

L’Usine Nouvelle – By 2030, you have announced a goal of incorporating at least 10% SAF worldwide. Where are you ?
Anne Rigail – In 2022, the Air France-KLM group alone accounted for 17% of the SAF used by air transport worldwide. This demonstrates a real desire to be pioneers in this area. Our integration objectives go beyond the French and European mandates, since we are aiming for a little more than 1% of SAF in 2023 and 10% in 2030, and this on all of our flights, while the regulations do not cover only on flights departing from French airports. We will have to incorporate 1 million tonnes of SAF from 2030 at group level, of which a little more than half for Air France.


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