SASOL flies high in world first over South African skies

By bne IntelliNews September 23, 2010
The first passengeraircraft using Sasols own developed and internationally approved fullysynthetic jet fuel, has completed a two-hour flight from Johannesburgto Cape Town. Theaircraft was fuelled by SASOLs Coal to Liquid process. This makes Sasol thefirst company in the world to gain approval for the commercial use of a 50%synthetic jet fuel component, which was blended with petroleum kerosene.

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