Since 2008, the European Commission has been working with aerospace companies to develop technologies for future aircraft under a public-private partnership called Clean Sky. The original phase of the program—which runs until 2017—will be extended until 2024 through a second phase called Clean Sky 2. Combined, these two research programs represent a €5.6 billion ($6.2 billion) investment. Here are some of the technologies in the ...

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