If one thing has become clear at last week’s Farnborough Airshow, it was that Rolls-Royce is getting ever-more committed to hydrogen. The engine maker announced a couple of technology developments related to hydrogen as well as hybrid-electric as well as a partnership...
UPDATE – Rolls-Royce is stepping up its efforts to develop an aero engine that can run on hydrogen. The UK airframer will start ground testing hydrogen on two existing engines, with the long-term aim to have a powerplant for small to medium-sized aircraft...
Japan’s aerospace industry confirmed this week again that it is keen to get involved in the development of hydrogen as the fuel for future civil aircraft. On April 12, Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) and Airbus signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together on...
If the European aerospace industry wants to have hydrogen and hybrid-electric airliners ready to enter service by 2035, it has to make sure that it decides on the required technology bricks no later than 2025 and 2026. It is absolutely necessary to push forward in the...
The vision for a midsize, long-haul, hydrogen-based airliner was already shared last December, but last week, the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) delivered on its promise to present two more FlyZero concepts for regional and short-haul aircraft this year. They...
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