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Ascendance Flight Technologies to Participate in the Dubai Airshow

Issue 20 - 2023
Ascendance Flight Technologies to Participate in the Dubai Airshow

Ascendance Flight Technologies (Ascendance FT) the French start-up leader in aircraft decarbonization, is announcing today its participation in the Dubai Airshow on November 13, 14 and 15, 2023 at the Dubai World Center - Dubai South - Dubai, as well as running a booth in the pavilion “New Mobilities”.

This will be a great opportunity to meet with Ascendance FT’s leadership and connect on topics such as; Hybridization of aircrafts and helicopters propulsion systems, the process of building hybrid aircrafts; the decarbonization transition of the aviation industry toward more sustainable alternatives.

Ascendance FT will also be part of a Panel on November 16, 2023, at 12:10pm:  Infrastructure capabilities: Creating an urban airspace with Ascendance FT’s Co-founder and Chief Customer Officer, Thibault Baldivia and a scale model of the plane created by Ascendance will be displayed

And also it will be able to meet the start-up’s CEO, Jean-Christophe Lambert on booth 81 in the “Advanced Air Mobility” area.


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