UK airports awarded funding to help deliver 'quicker, quieter, and greener' flightpaths

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A planet takes off at Manchester Airport | Credit: iStock

Funding forms part of government's plan to redesign UK airspace to enable more efficient routes that can help curb aviation emissions

UK airports have today been given a £3.7m funding boost to help develop more efficient flight routes and navigation technologies, which the government claims could cut down on CO2, air pollution, noise,...

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