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Etihad tests out environmentally friendly flights

The airline said that sustainable aviation fuel will be needed to make planes pollute significantly less, but the technology is not ready for mass use.
An Etihad airplane model is displayed at the Arabian Travel Market Exhibition.

Etihad Airways recently tested out EcoFlights that are purportedly better for the environment. 

The Abu Dhabi-based airline announced today that it operated 42 of the flights in a five-day period. Here are some of the green practices the flights implemented and their potential environmental impact:

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