Europe’s Clean Sky 2 Will Pave Way For A320 Replacement

Credit: Dassault Aviation
Europe will advance toward an all-new single-aisle airliner around 2030 or beyond with large-scale airframe technology demonstrations under the €4 billion ($4.3 billion) Clean Sky 2 public-private research program. Building on the Clean Sky 1 program that began in 2008 and will wind up in 2017, the...

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