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Raya Airways taps into SAF for carbon reductions through DHL Express

Raya Airways has announced its participation in DHL Express’ GoGreen Plus service for the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) towards decarbonization targets. This enables Raya Airways to reduce the carbon emissions associated with its time-definite international shipments by 30 percent.

“At Raya Airways, we believe in thinking holistically about the environmental footprint of our business. Moving carbon-intensive sectors like aviation towards clean operations is vital to actualizing a net-zero future. Together with DHL Express, that change can start with us as we help expand the market for wider adoption of SAF,” said Mohamad Najib bin Ishak, Group Managing Director of Raya Airways.

Raya Airways is making remarkable strides in its dedication to climate neutrality through adopting GoGreen Plus. The ongoing focus on fuel optimization aims to significantly reduce carbon emissions across the company's aircraft fleet. The Raya Airways Fuel Uplift Program ensures that fuel uplift meets their flight plan requirements, to eliminate unnecessary variations and reduce costs and CO2 emissions. Raya Airways maintains an unwavering commitment to a safe and compliant fuel policy. This has resulted in a significant decrease in the average percentage of flights requiring additional fuel, from 25 percent to just one percent between June 2022 and June 2023.

“It is through partnerships like this that we can accelerate the transition to carbon-free aviation by scaling the supply and use of SAF,” said Julian Neo, Managing Director of DHL Express Malaysia and Brunei. “We commend Raya Airways for taking the leap and hopefully, we can motivate more industry players to tread a similar path. DHL Express will continue to proactively provide accessible means to green innovations for the communities we serve.”

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