China’s “Recycled Cooking Oil Flight” Cross Ocean for The First Time
- Release on :2017-11-25
The engine roaring from far to near, the huge shadow of the wing fall down. Local time 12 o’clock Nov. 21, taking off from Beijing Capital International Airport Hainan Airlines flight HU497, carrying 186 passengers and 15 crew members, after 6100 miles of transoceanic flight, landed at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
The aviation fuel used in the aircraft is blended with a certain proportion of bio aviation kerosene. Its raw material comes from waste cooking oil, commonly known as “illegally recycled waste cooking oil”. The successful landing of this flight is also the first time to achieve trans ocean flight from the “waste oil” refining fuel.