UPDATE – For some time now, European low-cost airline easyJet has been championing the development of net-zero aircraft. Initially, it supported full-electric, battery-powered aircraft but this has changed. Now, the carrier is fully behind hydrogen as the best...
ATR will announce further details of its net-zero roadmap for its turboprop aircraft family within the next two to three months. The French-Italian airframer is looking at different solutions that go beyond sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), but it will only announce...
Europe has reaffirmed its commitment to get the aviation industry to net-zero emissions in 2050 by signing the Toulouse Declaration on February 4. The 27 member states of the European Union, the UK, the US, Japan, and ten other countries from the European Civil...
The European Union has launched a new program to develop new and disruptive technologies for commercial aircraft programs that could enter service around 2035. Called Clean Aviation, the program was officially launched on December 1 and builds on the success of Clean...
Seven of the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers have committed to making aviation more sustainable and meeting the net-zero carbon emission targets set for 2050. The Chief Technical Officers (CTOs) of Airbus, Boeing, Dassault, Rolls-Royce, General Electric,...
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