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The aim of Project FRARS-2 (Future Regional Aircraft Requirements Survey – Part 2) is to conduct a survey of airlines' high-level requirements for future regional aircraft, with specific focus on American, Asian and African operators.
This project is the continuation of a previous study conducted under the first CleanSky Call for Proposals. The new study is referred to as FRARS-2 (Future Regional Aircraft Requirements Survey – Part 2).
The key objectives of the FRARS-2 study are to:
The FRARS-2 Project consortium involves ENVISA and SustainAvia who have successfully collaborated on the CARING Project. ENVISA brings its expertise in multi-criteria decision methodologies and tools. SustainAvia brings its experience in designing and conducting surveys with air operators, as well as its extensive list of contacts with worldwide airline high executives.
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