Sweden is to foster 100% renewables flying by 2045, according to Swedish Dagens Industri newspaper. Scandinavian SAS (SAS) and Swedavia are one of the actors in the Swedish Initiative, which targets to end the fossil energy flying and to transform 100% renewables by 2045.
According to the CEO of SAS, Mr Rickard Gustafson, the planes can already fly with renewables, but the problem is that there is not enough production to fullfill the needs. And that is why the initiative has been taken in order to solve the big issue of the renewables in big scale in the domestic and international flights.
Swedavia, which operates the airports, has said that their aim is also to produce zero emissions from their own operations by 2020. In January 2019 there were 2.830.000 passangers flying to and from the Swedavias airports in Sweden.