We are delighted to be back at the Paris Air Show after several years of being on standby. The 54th edition of the aerospace industry's benchmark event will once again bring together the world's major industry stakeholders from June 19th to 25th at the Parc des Expositions at Le Bourget.
Throughout the week we will share the significant changes and challenges we face, especially those associated with the exciting transformation process in which the aerospace industry is immersed with the aim of achieving a climate-neutral future. To this end, and as a leading supplier of aerostructures, we collaborate closely with Airbus and Boeing in the search for product, process and location solutions that allow us to introduce automation improvements and reduce their carbon footprint. In addition, we are driving the development of new sustainable mobility concepts as a reference supplier of the Lilium Jet airframe, zero-emission vertical take-off and landing aircraft powered exclusively by electric energy; and Deutsche Aircraft's D328ecoTM program, a more efficient, economical and environmentally friendly aircraft that will drive the future of aviation towards the goal of zero-emission flight.
In the same way, our engine components division, Aciturri Aeroengines, is promoting several projects for the development of alternative components in composites to reduce the weight of LEAP-1A engines, thus contributing to lower fuel consumption.
As one of the founding organizations of Clean Aviation, Aciturri promotes the development of different technological solutions aimed at reducing emissions from future aircraft, activities that we will also share by participating in some of the meetings organized within the framework of the Paris AirShow. On Wednesday 21, between 10:00 and 11:00 am in the Auditorium, a expert panel including Ester Porras, CTO of Aciturri, will discuss "Disruptive technologies in support of achieving aviation climate neutrality by 2050".
On the same day at 15:00 h., our colleague Emma López, coordinator of the OVERLEAF project, will participate in a briefing on the ClimAvTech cluster, organized by the European agency CINEA in the Spanish Pavilion. On this occasion Emma will present the objectives and progress of LPH, a novel low pressure liquid hydrogen storage system for use in aviation.
Regarding Aciturri Aeroengines, we are returning to Le Bourget after integrating Malichaud Atlantique, acquired at the end of last year, into our structure. Thanks to this operation, we have completed our technological and industrial capabilities, added an experienced team with extensive know-how, and expanded our product portfolio with the manufacture of blades and high-precision vanes for the main engine platforms.
ParisAirShow23 promises to be a special edition and we look forward to your visit. We will be waiting for you in hall H2A, stand D308. An 80m2 space where you can enjoy an immersive experience to bring you closer to the projects and capabilities that are the hallmark of Aciturri.
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