Europe working together for aviation decarbonization

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Europe working together for aviation decarbonization


Europe has a leadership role in addressing the threat of climate change, and Clean Sky, part of the EU Horizon 2020 vision, is signposting the way to a more sustainable aviation ecosystem. Engineers, scientists and researchers from all over Europe are collaborating to push forward research and innovation that has an impact in reducing carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOₓ) and noise levels.

Inclusive European partnership delivering results

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Clean Sky is a European public-private partnership. Its main purpose is to develop innovative technologies to reduce CO2, NOₓ and noise levels by aircraft.

Clean Sky’s three key objectives

  1. Better environmental performance, with very ambitious goals laid out from the outset
  2. Enhanced industrial leadership
  3. Sustainable mobility

Innovative technologies in a wide range of areas

  • overall aircraft configuration and design
  • propulsion architectures
  • advanced aerodynamics
  • materials and structures
  • innovative systems
  • elements focusing on optimizing passenger appeal

The future of Clean Sky

An aggressive decarbonization is the Grand Challenge facing the aviation sector. The next version of the Clean Sky undertaking, Clean Sky 3, needs to develop highly ambitious and impactful technological innovations by joining forces with all European stakeholders to meet that challenge. New technologies will be targeted for integration into global airline and operator fleets within the next two decades.


Discover the current Clean Sky 2 innovative technologies at

Visit the European Commission-Clean Sky stand at the Paris Air Show on June 17-23, in Hall 2a – B276.

Clean Sky Joint Undertaking 

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