LONDON—The UK government is making £125 million ($159.4 million) available in research and development for future flight technologies. The money will be come from the government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund and form part of an aerospace sector deal announced by Business Secretary Greg Clark  Dec. 6. The money will help to support the development of electric and autonomous aircraft, as well as support urban air mobility projects to ease city ...

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