Monte Hawkins prepared to remove the fuel line attached to a Continental Airlines jet for the first biofuel-powered demonstration flight of a U.S. commercial airliner at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Biofuel production has been aided by National Science Foundation-supported studies.
Monte Hawkins prepared to remove the fuel line attached to a Continental Airlines jet for the first biofuel-powered demonstration flight of a U.S. commercial airliner at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Biofuel production has been aided by National Science Foundation-supported studies. David J. Phillip The Associated Press
Monte Hawkins prepared to remove the fuel line attached to a Continental Airlines jet for the first biofuel-powered demonstration flight of a U.S. commercial airliner at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Biofuel production has been aided by National Science Foundation-supported studies. David J. Phillip The Associated Press

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