Swedish airport operator Swedavia has taken part in a study that aims to promote fossil-free aviation in northern Sweden.

The project, ‘Fossil-free aviation in northern Sweden – a feasibility study’, has received a grant of $1.11m (Skr9.5m) from the Swedish Energy Agency.

It will be executed in collaboration with the BioFuel Region, Municipality of Umeå, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and RISE Processum.


The project includes a case study of an electric air route between Åre Östersund Airport and Umeå Airport.

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