The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investing $27 million into universities across the US, with research teams working on a variety of environmental aviation topics including sustainable aviation fuels, aircraft emissions and noise impact. The funding forms part of the FAA’s ASCENT programme. Eleven universities will benefit from the $27.2 million package, with the money to be ‘matched in-kind’ by the Centre’s partners under the grants programme one-to-one cost sharing agreement. “The work of these teams is a cornerstone of the FAA’s sustainability efforts,” highlighted FAA administrator Mike Whitaker, adding that “the entire aviation industry can leverage this research” to

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