Each university team preparing to submit a proposal in response to this Final Solicitation
must submit a Letter of Intent to Patricia.Watts@faa.gov. This letter must list members
and affiliates joining the team and be submitted by the university proposing to serve as
the COE lead by noon on Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
The FAA Administrator has concurred with the request to establish this new COE at the
annual base funding level, pending Congressional appropriations, and expects to select a
COE team within fiscal year 2013. The technical focus of this COE will include, but not
be limited to: alternative jet fuels, noise, emissions, their environmental and welfare
impacts, and efficiency.
The Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuel Initiative has received the Joseph S. Murphy Industry Service Award.
Administration is awarding $7.7 million in contracts to eight companies to help advance alternative, environmentally-friendly, sustainable sources for commercial jet fuel
WASHINGTON – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is awarding $7.7 million in contracts to eight companies to help advance alternative, environmentally-friendly, sustainable sources for...
With a select team of universities, COE will focus research and testing efforts on safety, accessibility and sustainability to enhance the future of general aviation