Sustainable Aviation Fuel Symposium

Online
12 - 13 November

The IATA Sustainable Aviation Fuel Symposium (SAFS) will be held online next 12-13 November. Registration is now open! For more information, please contact us at afs@iata.org.

Join us to understand what impact COVID-19 will have on the commercial deployment of SAF, the latest thinking on how much SAF will be required to achieve the long-term industry goal and what will be the key policy enablers over the next 3-5 years. Don't miss the 2020 virtual edition!

Topics will include:

  • SAF 101- understanding the fundamentals
  • Can aviation meet its climate goal in 2050? Key messages from Waypoint 2050
  • What are the latest developments from the producers
  • Understanding how a SAF lifecycle assessment is performed
  • What role can Power-to-Liquid SAF play in the global scale up?
  • Ask the experts – SAF questions you’ve wanted to understand better
  • Demystifying the SAF price. How to tackle the SAF business case challenge
  • What is CORSIA and can SAF help an airline meet its obligations?
  • Carbon offsets of SAF to achieve emissions reduction. What’s the difference?
  • Will the current policy outlook shift the SAF center of gravity?

SAFS 2019 Pictures

Have a look at the SAFS 2019 pictures!

SAFS 2019 Presentations

Fact Sheet - Sustainable Aviation Fuels

How much do you know about the status of Sustainable Aviation Fuels? Check the IATA Fact Sheet (pdf) for more information.

Contact us

Should you require further information, do not hesitate to contact us at afs@iata.org

Thank You To Our Sponsor!

Gold Sponsor

SAFS Delegates

The event is ideal for those who need to understand the latest developments in sustainable aviation fuels:

  • Airlines (fuel procurement and environment/sustainability managers)
  • Sustainable aviation fuel suppliers (technical and commercial managers)
  • Conventional fuel producers and suppliers
  • Airports
  • Fuel handlers
  • Technology developers
  • Government agencies

Sponsorship Contact


E-mail: afs@iata.org
Tel: +41 22 770 2715

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