Airbus envisions green hydrogen-powered flights by early 2030s

RENEW ECONOMY | A senior executive from aerospace industry giant Airbus has told an online audience that the company may launch a commercial airliner running on green hydrogen by the early 2030s.


Glenn Llewellyn, vice president of zero-emissions technology at Airbus, spoke at the “Clean Flight – Path to Zero Emissions Aircraft” panel at last week’s virtual Farnborough Airshow, and according to Llewellyn, green hydrogen – which is hydrogen created by renewable energy sources – as an aircraft fuel was “one of the most promising routes” for the aviation sector to meet its zero-emission goals.


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