On January 18, the Ministry of Transport held a discussion on the creation of an international consortium for the development of guidelines to introduce electric aviation. The discussion was attended by TSI academic staff, as well as a representative from the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Science – lecturer Ivan Berazhny.
The aim of the guide project is to improve regional development policy instruments, using experience exchange, innovative approach and strengthening scientific capacity. The project application will be prepared in accordance with the European Green Deal policy with the aim of achieving climate neutrality in the aviation sector by 2050. The planned project will bring together university researchers and representatives of leading aviation institutions from Finland, Sweden, Spain, Greece and Latvia.
Following the latest trends and news in the field of aviation means providing TSI students with the most up-to-date educational experience in aviation engineering and aviation management and sustainability. Our teaching staff and program directors are industry experts who pay special attention to current developments in the aviation field and actively participate in development projects.