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July 2007 edition

Aircraft manufacturers seek green light for eco development

Aircraft manufacturers are focusing increasingly strongly on the cost and environmental benefits of “eco efficient“ aviation.

U.S. and European industry leaders, who conferred at the Paris Airshow, agreed that improving the ecological impact of aviation is an important goal for the global aerospace industry.

Increased cooperation between the U.S. and Europe is vital to success, they added, and future meetings are scheduled to coordinate plans and policy on the environment.

“One way to lessen aviation’s effect on the environment is to modernise air transportation systems in Europe and the U.S., to lessen flight delays and reduce fuel burning,“ reported a communique after the annual meeting between the leadership of the Aerospace Industries Association of America and AeroSpace and Defence....

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