The aviation sector set very ambitious targets for the use of biojet fuel: EC plans to reach 2 Mt by 2020 (1% of EU civil consumptions); IATA set a strict requirement to use only biojet fuel meeting SRB sustainability standards. The production of HVO biojet fuel is still largely relying on food crops, in particular imported soybean and palm oils, which are food crop and are not sustainable due to deforestation concerns. HVO producers are all eager to find sustainable and viable feedstock alternative in Europe. Solaris is a new variety of tobacco plant specifically targeted as feedstock for second generation biofuel: nicotine free, non GMO, producing oil-containing seeds, no food competing, globally available and cultivable in Europe. Sunchem, starting from the experience of the first pilot cultivation in South Africa in joint venture with Boeing, South African Airlines and SkyNRG (KLM group), wants to implement an integrated value chain in Europe for Solaris tobacco cultivation: to create an industrially viable agronomic process, certified and optimized value chain and validated in a pilot cultivation in Europe.