easyJet, Europe's leading airline, has lent its support for UK based aerospace technology company, Derwent Aviation's design changes to current generation jet engines which they believe will reduce carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions.  The Dual Drive Booster, which works by connecting the shafts of the engine using gears, has been shown to improve the efficiency of the compressors as well as reducing the amount of carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide the engine produces. In addition,…

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