Future Flight Fridays: A Sustainable Aviation Flight Path
Join us to explore how to place the UK on a sustainable aviation flight path and make aviation cleaner and greener. It has the potential to better connect rural and remote communities across the UK, to speed up journeys in congested cities and improve the lives of millions of people.
As the world turns towards a net zero future, big changes are happening across every sector. Making aviation cleaner and greener has the potential to better connect rural and remote communities across the UK, to speed up journeys in congested cities and improve the lives of millions of people.
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In this session we’ll be discussing how we place the UK on a sustainable aviation flight path and where the Future Flight challenge sees the aviation industry by 2030 and beyond. We’ll look at the new technologies being developed across the UK to enable greener flights, including hydrogen and electric aircraft. We’ll discuss the changes needed to existing infrastructure and what is already happening to make sure airports are ready for these new air vehicles.
Future Flight Fridays is KTN’s webinar series that will help anyone interested in becoming involved in this programme to foster collaborations and share knowledge.
The Future Flight Challenge is a four year, £125m, Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund programme. Future Flight aims to revolutionise the way people, goods and services fly. It will support the development of a novel, integrated aviation system.
This challenge needs expertise from diverse sectors, not just aviation. The monthly webinar series will feature topics from various relevant sectors including creative industries, digital, infrastructure and law.
If you’re interested in building a diverse consortium, gaining new insights and finding technical expertise, find out what’s on in the series below.
Webinars in this series
- 26th February | Economic Benefits of Future Flight
- 26th March | Women in Future Flight
- 23rd April | Dealing with Complexity
- 25th June | The Role of Local Authorities in Future Flight
- 27th August | Future Flight Roadmap
- 24th September | Public trust – social science considerations
- 29th October | A Sustainable Aviation Flight Path
- 19th November | Investor Insight