The KLM flight campaign at Oslo Airport has been successfully completed


ITAKA provides sustainable fuel for worldwide’s first biojet supply via hydrant system at 
      Oslo Airport

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has completed a series of 80 biofuel flights from Oslo to Amsterdam operated with an EMBRAER 190. The flight data is being processed to measure the efficiency of biofuel produced within Itaka. The biofuel for these series of flights was produced from 100% RSB (Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials) certified camelina oil and in full compliance with the EU RED standard. It was produced within the ITAKA project and supplied by Air BP and SkyNRG.

ITAKA Final Event

Public consultation

You are invited to join project partners and key stakeholders to discuss the final project results, share experiences and views, exchange best practices, evaluate emerging issues and jointly take the next steps towards the successful development of biofuels for aviation in the near future. We will soon open the website for more details and registration; until then, please check the Save the date!.

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Camelina oil production


A 4th camelina oil plantation is currently growing in Spain to complement the highly valuable information made already available from the project in the previous plantations. Information gathered about the crop in the European Union focus on improve social, economic and environmental performance of the crop.

This plantations in Spain are complemented with smaller plantations in Romania to consider different climate and socioeconomic conditions.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308807