Clean Aviation has launched. The successor to the European aviation research program Clean Sky, it officially kicked off at the end of last year. MTU Aero Engines, which is contributing new key technologies, has also been given a seat on the Governing Board of the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking. COO Lars Wagner will be representing MTU. “This appointment is a big success for MTU, and it serves as a clear affirmation,” Wagner comments. “Like with the previous program, Clean Sky, it gives us a chance to actively shape the direction the research program takes.” The Governing Board functions as the

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