Government unveils £400m green aviation funding as it touts 'FlyZero' R&D initiative

BUSINESS GREEN | Zero emissions aviation has edged closer to take-off in the UK after the government today unveiled £400m in private and public sector funding for technologies and research aimed at helping the aviation sector to "go green".

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) today announced that projects aiming to develop high performance engines, new wing designs and ultra-lightweight cabin seats that reduce fuel consumption are among the winners of a £200m funding round led by its Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) programme.

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