Leading industrial technology company Rolls-Royce and Norwegian regional airline Widerøe have launched a joint research programme on zero-emissions aviation. The programme is part of the airline’s ambition to replace and electrify its regional fleet of more than 30 planes by 2030. The news was announced at a Clean Aerospace event at the British Embassy in Oslo Norway.  The aim of the programme is to develop an electrical aircraft concept, not only to fulfil the Norwegian ambition of zero-emissions by 2030, but also to replace Widerøe’s legacy fleet of regional aircraft world-wide. Rolls-Royce will use its in-depth electrical and systems design expertise

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