The Forever Flight Alliance

An all-industry approach to decarbonize aviation using prize philanthropy.

Forever Flight Alliance (FFA) is a global coalition of public, private, nonprofit, and academic leaders and organizations advancing zero greenhouse gas emissions air transportation system.

New approaches to energy storage, zero carbon fuels, economical production and infrastructure and efficient aircraft design are urgently needed to achieve first net-zero carbon aviation and ultimately true zero carbon flight.

By collaborating with the XPRIZE the FFA aims to accelerate progress toward clean, quiet and infinitely sustainable aviation.

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Solving Challenges

The Alliance aims to rapidly identify barriers to achieving zero carbon, determine concrete actions in order to enable permanently sustainable flight, and incentivize breakthrough technologies in the following areas:

Solving Aviation's Biggest Challenges

The Brain Trust

A core pillar of the Forever Flight Alliance is a domain-specific Brain Trust of global leaders, thinkers, and doers. This creates a unique opportunity for all Brain Trust members to integrate their own vision and initiatives into the Alliance discussions.

Max Gurney, HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Erik Lindbergh. The Prince Albert II Foundation joins as a Forever Flight Alliance sponsor.

Benefits to Brain Trust Members

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Solving Aviation's Biggest Challenges

Join The Brain Trust

A core pillar of the Forever Flight Alliance is a domain-specific Brain Trust of global leaders, thinkers, and doers. This creates a unique opportunity for all Brain Trust members to integrate their own vision and initiatives into the Alliance discussions.

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Benefits to Brain Trust Members

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The first Alliance was launched during the Pandemic.

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The Process

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Rapidly identify the critical barriers to achieving zero-carbon aviation including long distance and high speed flight

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Identify near-term actions needed to immediately achieve economical net zero carbon aviation operations.

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Determine concrete actions and metrics to advance and measure progress toward addressing these goals.

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Incentivize breakthrough technologies, new industry standards and supporting policy.

About Us

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Charles & Anne Lindbergh

The Lindbergh Foundation continues the legacy of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s lifetime of service by spearheading bold solutions and inspiring talent to help balance technology and the environment.

Founded in 1977 by Neil Armstrong, General James Doolittle and other friends of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, the Lindbergh Foundation has a distinguished history of enabling innovation at the nexus of technology and the environment.

Through its awards, it has honored many prominent individuals for their extraordinary contributions to aviation and the environment. Through its grants, it has helped nurture talent and launch promising careers. Through its programs, it has helped apply the technologies of flight to preservation of the environment.

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