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With Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) we change the way we fly, decarbonize air transport and reduce our carbon footprint.
SAF will enable aviation to meet European commitments for the decarbonization of air transport.
Lower carbon footprint than traditional fuels.
Reuse of raw materials and waste.
It responds in efficiency and cost to the growing demand for air transport.
Cepsa is the first company that offers SAF supply permanently at Spain's main airports: Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Palma de Mallorca.
In November 2022, for the first time in Spain, more than 200 flights took off from Seville with Cepsa's SAF.
Learn about our partnerships to decarbonize air transport
Together with Volotea, we accelerate the decarbonization of air transport, through SAF research and production.
Together with Wizz Air, we are driving SAF development and production to accelerate the decarbonization of air transport.
We joined forces with Binter to develop and produce sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) from circular raw materials.
This alliance is not only for air transportation, but also a joint search for cleaner alternatives for other modes of travel.
SAF stands for Sustainable Aviation Fuel, a new fuel produced from waste such as used cooking oil or animal fat, which reduces CO2 emissions by 80% compared to fossil fuels.
SAF is suitable for current aircraft engines and airport infrastructures and therefore does not require additional investments.
Flying with SAF reduces CO2 emissions by 80% compared to fossil fuel, reduces the environmental impact of flying and boosts the circular economy.
SAF is produced from waste and residue that has been pre-treated to remove impurities. These materials are refined through a process called hydrodeoxygenation, which removes oxygen, sulfur and nitrogen from these renewable raw materials.
We currently have partnerships with Iberia, Binter, Vueling, Air Nostrum, TUI and Ethiad to accelerate the decarbonization of air transport through the research and production of SAF and to achieve net zero emissions in the aviation sector by 2050. Our partnerships also include the development of new energy alternatives, such as renewable hydrogen and electrification for airline ground fleets.