Aerospace company Airbus announced on Monday that its first zero-emission, hydrogen-powered commercial flight may be ready for take-off by 2035.
It was dubbed a “historic moment” for the commercial aviation sector by the company’s CEO Guillaume Faury.
Called ZEROe, there are three design concepts. The first is a lot like a typical commercial aircraft you would see today, except with longer, more flexible wings. In a statement, Glenn Llewellyn, Airbus VP, Zero-Emission Aircraft, said: “As recently as five years ago, hydrogen propulsion wasn’t even on our radar as a viable emission-reduction technology pathway… more https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/airbus-emissions-planes-2035-hydrogen-climate-b517838.html