New technologies including electrification, digital services and autonomy could revolutionise aviation.
They could help to power a new generation of flying taxis, drones delivering goods and services and small, all-electric aircraft.
The aim of the Future Flight Challenge is to demonstrate innovative ways to achieve greener flight, new services and ways to travel, increased mobility, better connectivity and reduced congestion.
Individuals from businesses and research organisations with an interest in this field are invited to apply to attend a workshop to develop ideas to meet the challenges posed by future flight.
- the phase one discovery workshop will be held in Birmingham, 4-5 February 2020
- no grant funding is available at this stage but costs will be covered
- the application process is open and closes on 13 November 2019
- it is open to UK businesses and research and technology organisations
For further information please visit the GOV.UK website.