Aviation in Transition Challenges and Opportunities of Liberalisation The Future of Liberalisation Professor Ian Poll Director Cranfield College of Aeronautics The Father of the Aeroplane Sir George Cayley (1773 – 1857) Why was Cayley interested in flight?
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Aviation in TransitionChallenges and Opportunities of LiberalisationThe Future of LiberalisationProfessor Ian PollDirector Cranfield College of Aeronautics
Sir George Cayley (1773 – 1857)
However transport by air would remove many of the limitations of the other modes and would bring huge economic benefits
“Cheaper, Safer and Cleaner”
Growth rates of 5-6% will result in a 4 fold increase fuel burn in the next 25 years
Can anyone believe that this could (or should) be allowed to happen?
These advantages are going to become hard to ignore