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As a research project backed by the UK government, our vision is to realise zero-carbon emission commercial flight by the end of the decade.

Martell House
University Way
Cranfield,MK43 0TR

Overview and opportunities

We are at a pivotal moment in the history of aviation, akin to the advent of the jet age, and the race is on to create a new generation of truly sustainable aircraft. Backed by the UK government, FlyZero is a one-of-a-kind research project aiming to revolutionise the future of commercial air travel by making zero-carbon emission aviation possible by the end of the decade. As a strategic research project we are bringing together expertise from across the UK on an initial 12-month programme to investigate the design challenges, manufacturing demands and market opportunity of a zero-carbon emission future for aviation.

Apply now for a secondment opportunity or individual application and help shape the future.

Classification / Attributes

  • Roles:Engineering, Business, Specialist Areas, Operations
  • Entry routes:Experienced Hire, Direct Entry, Industrial Placements
  • Areas:South East, South West, London, Midlands, North East, North West, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man

Further information

FlyZero is led by the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) which is at the heart of UK aerospace R&T. Working collaboratively across the UK aerospace sector and beyond, the Institute sets the national technology strategy to reflect the sector’s vision and ambition. The ATI Programme is a joint government and industry commitment to invest £3.9 billion in research to 2026. In addition to the ATI Programme and FlyZero, the Institute also supports the supply chain through NATEP and aerospace start-ups through the ATI Boeing Accelerator.