Airbus has been providing an update on its ZEROe hydrogen project during today’s Airbus Summit in Toulouse. We talked to Glenn Llewellyn, Vice President of zero-emission aircraft on the progress on fuel-cell technology, the choice of fuel cells versus direct injection...
Hydrogen operations are the target of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Wizz Air and Airbus to examine the feasibility of hydrogen-powered aircraft operations. The objective is to identify infrastructural and operational requirements and the challenges...
UPDATE – For some time now, European low-cost airline easyJet has been championing the development of net-zero aircraft. Initially, it supported full-electric, battery-powered aircraft but this has changed. Now, the carrier is fully behind hydrogen as the best...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of March 2022: 28 – Boeing has named Ted Colbert (picture) as the new President and CEO of its Defense, Space and Security business unit. Colbert succeeds Leanne Caret, who will be retiring after...
The UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) is defying claims that a hydrogen-based, long-haul airliner isn’t possible by presenting just that: a concept of a 279-seater aircraft that could go London-San Francisco nonstop. UK’s FlyZero demonstrates midsize...
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