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IAT wins TAKEOFF Seed Fund Award
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Friday 4 September 2015

The Institute of Aerospace Technologies was one of the winners within the Proof of Concept category of the second TAKEOFF Seed Fund Award.

The funding will be used for the commercialisation of a flight optimisation tool which will allow airlines estimated savings of up to 75kg of fuel per flight.

An application for funding had been submitted and presented to the award programme selection committee by Dr Ing. Kenneth Chircop and Prof. Ing. David Zammit Mangion from the institute.

More details on this award can be found here.

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