PARE will contribute to the regular assessment of progress, gaps and barriers of the Flightpath 2050 goals by developing roadmaps for each of the 23 Flightpath 2050 goals, indicating the evolution since the reference year 2000, the progress to be expected from current projects and the gap still remaining.

    The results of this assessment will be published in three yearly reports entitled “Perspectives for Aerospace Research in Europe”. ​PARE’s assessment methodology will include reference to various European-funded projects, such as the Clean Sky Initiative and SESAR, as well as national projects and academic/industrial research reports.

    In the benchmark analysis, PARE will consider important aspects such as long-distance travelling, emerging technologies from non-aeronautical sectors and participation from recent European Member-States and associated countries.

    PARE specific objectives are:

    ​1. To increase the awareness about R&D in the aviation sector;

    1. To analyse and compare the relative rate of progress towards the 23 Flightpath 2050 Goals;
    2. To prepare a roadmap for each of the 23 Flightpath 2050 Goals;
    3. To launch a call on novel ideas to help close the remaining gap and define scenarios for 2025-2050;
    4. To develop and provide recommendations for future actions for EU aviation research.

    The PARE consortium is composed by 15 partners, namely: IST (PT), INOVA+ (PT), IP (UA), AIRBUS (FR), UPM (SP), VMI (AT), UPB (RO), NAU (UA), FerroNATS (SP), INNPULS (PL), UNISA (IT), KCU (TR), QUASAR (PT), VGTU (LT) and SATA (PT).

    PARE is a project co-funded by the H2020 program of the European Commission.