GLIMPSE2050: How regulation can reduce aviation’s environmental footprint
A slew of regulations and policies are currently under discussion to try to reduce aviation’s environmental impact.
EU-US Safe and Sustainable Aviation Webinar marks 10th anniversary of bilateral safety agreement
To mark the 10th anniversary of the bilateral safety agreement between the EU and the US, a webinar on Safe and Sustainable Aviation was held by the European C
Hydrogen-powered aviation: preparing for take-off
Experts from the European aeronautic and hydrogen research communities came together on 6 May to share their views on future research and innovation cooperation, at a workshop organised by the Clean Sky and FCH Joint Undertakings.
Going electric with the RAISE project
In the last years, the need for high power density and efficiency has become a central concern in the green transportation sector.
BREEZE brings eco-friendly air purifiers on board
Aircraft cabins have an extremely high density of occupation and a limited available air volume.
Skyline 31 has landed - discover the research organisations involved in Clean Sky
The latest issue of Skyline has landed! This edition takes an in-depth look at research organisations, to complete our series of insights into the innovation ecosystem that makes up Clean Sky.
An intelligent gearbox helps RACER safely take flight
Monitoring the health of the main and lateral rotor gear boxes is a key priority for fast compound helicopters.
Developing eco-friendly aircraft cargo doors
Redesigning cargo doors will help to make the aircraft of the future lightweight and more environmentally-friendly, contributing to the Clean Sky’s own objectives as well as the ACARE Flightpath 2050 targets, in alignment with the European Green Deal.
First Intermediate Compressor Case for UltraFan™ delivered
The goal of the Clean Sky 2 Rolls-Royce UltraFan™ engine demonstrator is to improve fuel efficiency by 25% compared to current engines.
POWER ON for the Regional Flight Test Bed 2 Demonstrator!
The Regional Flight Test Bed 2 demonstrator aircraft has switched the “power on” and tested how well all the structural parts manufactured and the hydraulic and electrical systems have been installed within the airframe.