PERSPECTIVES FOR THE AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH IN EUROPE
READER SATISFACTION SURVEY OF THE YEAR 1 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Aeronautics and air transport is a vital sector of the European society and economy. As Europe is entering a new era, European Air Transport system is facing new challenges affecting its competitiveness, performance and sustainability. Flightpath 2050 document sets out the high-level vision for the future of European aviation and emphasizes priorities for relevant policy, research and innovation instruments.
The overall objective of PARE Project (Perspectives for the Aeronautical Research in Europe
) is to trigger collaboration between European Stakeholders to support the achievement of the Flightpath 2050 goals, by providing yearly reports (and respective methodology) that assess the progress, gaps and barriers and propose suitable measures to close the remaining gap.
The first PARE yearly report consist of two parts:
- The Part I addresses the fundamental objective of considering the progress towards the 23 ACARE Goals, the gap eventually remaining and measures that could contribute to its closure. The PART I of the assessment of the 23 ACARE Goals groups them in five chapters as in the Flightpath 2050 document: i) Meeting Societal and Market’s Needs; ii) Maintaining and Extending Industrial Leadership; iii) Protecting the Environment and the Energy Supply; iv) Prioritizing Research, Testing Facilities and Education.
- The Part II considers several specific aspects related to the Flightpath 2050 objectives, such as: iv) Long-Range Air Transport; vii) Emerging Technologies relevant to aviation; viii) Cooperation beyond European Borders; ix) Attraction of Young Talent to Aviation; x) Gender contribution to Aeronautical Progress.
Introduction (Chapter 1) lists a set of 68 recommendations based on the First Year Report contents, indicating the chapters, sections and subsections where background and justification are detailed.
The report and the recommendations are based on open sources of information and open for improvements and contributions from the Aeronautical community. We would very much appreciate your time to read the PARE Year 1 Report and Recommendations and your opinion, support and contribution through the following satisfaction questionnaire.
Please help PARE consortium to evaluate the quality of this report. By sending your views you are contributing to the quality of future reports. Please send your additional comments by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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