Collins Aerospace has been selected to participate in seven projects under the European Union’s Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking. As part of the initiative, Collins will collaborate with European airframers, engine makers, suppliers, and academia to develop disruptive sustainable aviation technologies. The company estimates that the funding it receives from Clean Aviation combined with its own R&D investments will reach €85 million. Mauro Atalla, senior vice president, Engineering & Technology for Collins, said: “With our expertise in a broad range of aircraft systems and a strong research and engineering presence in Europe led by our Applied Research and Technology (ART) organization, Collins is well-positioned
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