Malaysia Airlines launches first green flight to Singapore with fuel made from used cooking oil – TODAY

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will be operating its first passenger flights between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore using sustainable aviation fuel on Sunday (June 5).

In a press release on Monday, MAS announced that the flights will be operated on the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, using about 38 per cent sustainable fuel, made from renewable waste and residue raw materials such as cooking oil.

Flight MH603 to Singapore is scheduled to depart from Kuala Lumpur at 12.25pm. Flight MH606 will depart from Singapore back to Kuala Lumpur at 3.40pm.

“These flights reaffirm the national airline’s commitment to a sustainable tomorrow and mark significant progress towards achieving a cleaner, more viable fuel source for regular flights by 2025,” the airline said, adding that passengers can get discounts up to 15 per cent when booking the sustainable fuel-powered flights.

Source: Malaysia Airlines launches first green flight to Singapore with fuel made from used cooking oil – TODAY