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Sustainable aviation
The journey to net zero

Aviation aims to be net-zero emissions by 2050. As such, the future of flight will look very different, incorporating new fuel sources, new designs, data-driven optimization of flight and ground operations, greener supply chains, and whole new modes of sustainable air transport.

In this series of expert perspectives we look at the six ingredients of the sustainable aviation transition, and discuss how we overcome the engineering and operational challenges of getting there.

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The biggest and most important lever for decarbonizing aviation is finding green sources of propulsion

We begin with a caveat. The majority of CO2 savings in aviation will be made by transitioning aircraft to new fuel and propulsion sources

As well as aircraft design, the other area where the aerospace industry can directly improve its sustainability is in optimizing operations. 

Large aerospace companies rely on suppliers for up to 80% of the finished product.

In this series we have discussed how today’s planes could be reinvented and refined to become more sustainable.

The message is loud and clear; go green or become irrelevant.