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Repsol, Gestair sign agreement to promote SAF use in business aviation


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Repsol and Gestair have signed a collaboration agreement by which they commit to move towards more sustainable mobility, Gestair announced April 10.




Repsol's director of international aviation, Oliver Fernández, and the CEO of Gestair Group, Carlos Gericó, have formalized the agreement, which translates into promoting and encouraging the development of projects based on the use of new energies in the business-aviation sector.




Under this agreement, both companies will create areas of collaboration for the analysis and formulation of proposals aimed at boosting the development and consumption of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), efficiency improvements, carbon capture and emission offsets.




With the new collaboration, Gestair said it is taking another step forward under its Horizon program—its firm commitment to action and social responsibility in the face of climate change—moving forward with new alliances and actions that allow it to push its clear commitment towards a more sustainable future.




This agreement materializes the company’s will to adopt solutions that meet the current market demand and that of its customers, who can now make their journeys using SAF and offsetting emissions on all their flights.




For its part, Repsol is a pioneer in the manufacture of SAF in Spain, and with the production of fuels in its industrial complexes it is anticipating the different measures that community institutions have established to promote the use of sustainable aviation fuel.




In this regard, Repsol will start up the first advanced biofuels plant in Spain, in Cartagena (Murcia), which will produce 250,000 tons of renewable fuels from waste, as part of the company’s goal of reaching a production capacity of 1.3 million tons of renewable fuels by 2025 and more than 2 million tons by 2030, thus leading this market in the Iberian Peninsula and making decisive progress towards the goal of zero net emissions by 2050.




Repsol is a global multi-energy company that is leading the energy transition and has set itself the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.




It is present throughout the energy value chain, employs 24,000 people, distributes its products in more than 90 countries and has 24 million customers.




Gestair has three strong business areas: Gestair Aviation, Gestair MRO and Gestair Aeroplanning, which offer a 360-degree service in corporate aviation.




The company has a fleet of more than 30 ultra-long, long-, medium- and short-range aircraft to offer the best solution for any type of trip and two hangars at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport to house and maintain aircraft.

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