Malaysia Airlines is decarbonizing its operations with the use of sustainable aviation fuel. This is capable of reducing their emissions by up to a total of 80%. 

Neste is responsible for the research as well as the development of the fuel, and they're working on creating more solutions to decarbonize both air travel as well as road travel. 

The demand for sustainable aviation fuel is continuing to skyrocket, so more airlines are reconsidering their options and looking to implement the product. 

Neste relies on companies like PETRONAS to deliver fuel, and PETRONAS has a commitment to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. 

"I am excited to see how countries and airlines in the Asia-Pacific region are setting ambitious targets to decarbonize aviation, and increasingly many airlines are taking SAF into use to reduce their emissions and enable their travelers to fly more sustainably. Neste is committed to playing its part as the expansion of our Singapore refinery will enable the production of one million tonnes of SAF by the end of the first quarter in 2023, ready to support the Asia-Pacific and global aviation markets," says Sami Jauhiainen, Vice President APAC, Renewable Aviation at Neste.