Clean Aviation participated in the 33rd Congress of the International Council of Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS). The event took place at the Stockholm Waterfront convention center from 4 to 9 September.
ICAS, founded in 1957 as a non-governmental, non-profit scientific organization with the mission of advancing knowledge and facilitating collaboration in the aeronautics sector, today brings together members from 30 countries across five continents.
The themes of the Congress dealt with the most recent scientific achievements in aeronautics and the greatest technological developments in aircraft design. This session dealt with a selection of the main innovations of the Clean Sky 2 program united by the use of cutting-edge technologies capable of powering the next generation of sustainable aircraft towards a climate-neutral future.
Speakers: Ron van Manen, Head of Strategic Development, Clean Aviation. Maria Calvo Blanco, Team Leader Short Medium Range, Clean Aviation. Antonello Marino Team Leader Regional, Clean Aviation. Propulsion of Team Leader Paolo Trinchieri
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