The Clean Aviation Partnership’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda [SRIA] sets out the way to achieve the overall vision, in terms of timescales and magnitude of impact. This integrated research roadmap includes the required upstream ‘exploratory’ research that is essential to finding tomorrow’s pathways to mature technologies, ready to be incorporated into further new and disruptive innovations.
The Clean Aviation trajectory defines two clear horizons towards climate neutrality by 2050:
- 2030: demonstrating and introducing low-emissions aircraft concepts exploiting the research results of Clean Aviation, making accelerated use of sustainable fuels and optimised ‘green’ operations, so these innovations can be offered to airlines and operators by 2030 for an entry into service [EIS] in the 2030-2035 timeframe;
- 2050: climate neutral aviation, by exploiting future technologies matured beyond the Clean Aviation phase coupled with full deployment of sustainable aviation fuels and alternative energy carriers.
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