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Aerion. The supersonic aircraft will reduce CO2 emissions by 40%

By 2023 the first flight should take place

The Aerion AS-2 supersonic business aircraft, still under development, according to what was declared by the company CEO Tom Vice -at New York today- would be able to be powered by synthetic biofuels, so as to allow the aircraft to have a lower environmental impact "reducing -explained Vice- CO2 emissions by 40% compared to current standards". An engine fueled almost exclusively with biofuels and with...

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