“The world’s first order of net-zero carbon supersonic aircraft marks a significant step toward our mission to create a more accessible world,” said Brett Scholl, Boom Supersonic’s founder and CEO, in a statement.

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@StayGrounded_net What is this zero-carbon fuel? Boom Supersonic dedicates a page to it.

“Today, the best SAF on the market offer an 80% reduction in lifecycle CO2 over conventional jet fuel. In January 2019, we successfully tested XB-1’s engines using a blend of fuel that was ~80% SAF from waste animal fats.”

So, they've made a plane that runs on meat! That sounds very sustainable.

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