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The UK Aerospace sector can be a world leader in developing and manufacturing the next generation aviation technology needed to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, global aerospace leaders will hear at an ADS event.
The third quarter of 2021 has seen a continuation of the slow recovery in market confidence seen in previous months with 216 global aircraft orders placed, an increase on Q3 2020 for both single-aisles and wide-body aircraft orders.
Today, five trade associations together representing sectors with nearly 800,000 employees, annual turnover of £338.2bn and £166bn in exports, publish a joint report setting out policy recommendations to maximise the potential of UK manufacturing.
Team Vesuvius from King Edward’s School, Bath won the national finals of the UK Youth Rocketry Challenge.
ADS and UK Space have agreed arrangements on how the two organisations will work together to support the UK’s flourishing space industry.
The Government has published its new National Space Strategy.
Manufacturers delivered 62 aircraft. Year-to-date deliveries are now at 590 aircraft, an increase of 59 per cent compared to the same point a year ago, as the aerospace sector continues to feel the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted by subdued month-to-month delivery and production rates.
The Government has announced changes to reduce testing requirements and simplify country categorisation.
Kevin Craven is to be appointed as the permanent Chief Executive of ADS, effective from October 1st.
Figures for global aircraft orders and deliveries for July 2021 continue to show a mixed picture with July orders the lowest since January 2021, while deliveries continue a slow recovery from the worst of the crisis.