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The program is intended to develop a high performance, efficient, economic and environmentally compatible U.S. aircraft. The goal is to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 70% and improve fuel efficiency by 35% for large subsonic transportation.
Those awarded contracts are: Allison Advanced Development Co. (Indianapolis), Advanced Projects Research Inc. (La Verne, CA), Aerojet (Sacramento, CA), The Boeing Co. (Seattle), CFD Research (Huntsville, AL), General Applied Science Lab (Ronkonkoma, NY), General Electric Aircraft Engines (Cincinnati), Honeywell Engines and Systems (Phoenix), Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Co. (Fort Worth, TX), United Technologies (East Hartford, CT) and Williams International (Walled Lake, MI).