The biofuel burns just like regular jet fuel, so there’s no difference in performance. The biofuel though is being blended with regular fuel so that it can still meet safety regulations. Airlines however do need more money to pay for the biofuel: regular fuel costs Alaska Airlines $3.15 a gallon while the biofuel costs $16.00 per gallon.
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