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1. Air New Zealand and Airbus to Research Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft in Aotearoa
Air New Zealand and aircraft manufacturer Airbus are working on a joint initiative to research how hydrogen-powered aircraft could assist the airline with reaching its goal of net zero emissions by 2050. The two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the opportunities and challenges of flying zero-emission hydrogen aircraft in New Zealand. Published by Trave
2. Airbus Unveils Three Hydrogen-Powered Concept Aircraft
Airbus has revealed three concepts for the worlds first zero-emission commercial aircraft. Each concept represents a different approach to achieving zero-emission flight, exploring various technology pathways and aerodynamic configurations. All three rely on hydrogen as a primary power source.
3. British Airways Partners ZeroAvia on Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft Project
British Airways has teamed up with ZeroAvia, an innovator in decarbonising commercial aviation, in a project to explore how hydrogen-powered aircraft can play a leading role in the future of sustainable flying. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 14 December 2020.
4. British Airways Invests in Future of Hydrogen-Electric Aircraft with ZeroAvia
British Airways and a group of investors including Horizons Ventures, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Ecosystem Integrity Fund, Summa Equity, Shell Ventures, and SYSTEMIQ have invested a total of US$24.3 million in ZeroAvia so that the company can accelerate the development of 50+ seater aircraft capable of running on zero emissions hydrogen-electric power. Published by TravelNewsAsi
5. Boeings Phantom Eye - Hydrogen Powered Vehicle - Takes Shape
Boeings Phantom Eye - Hydrogen Powered Vehicle - Takes Shape. The twin-engine Phantom Eye demonstrator will have a 150-foot wingspan and be capable of flying for more than four days at altitudes up to 65,000 feet while carrying a payload of up to 450 pounds. Phantom Eye is designed to maintain a persistent presence in the stratosphere over a specific area, while performing mission
6. GKN and KTH Developing Fan Technology for Electric Aircraft
GKN Aerospace and KTH (the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology) are jointly developing fan technology for small regional electric aircraft. Under the EleFanT project, as it has been called, GKN and KTH will study aerodynamic design, performance, noise and manufacturing technology for a nested fan powered by electricity, either from batteries, hydrogen fuel cells or even more conv
7. Global Air Transport Industry Commits to Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050
The gavel came down with a bang at the IATA AGM in Boston on Monday, as the resolution for the global air transport industry to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 was approved, aligning the sector with the Paris Agreement goal for global warming not to exceed 1.5C. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 5 October 2021.
8. Green Recovery of Air Transport a Priority for Industry Leaders
Speaking at the Global Sustainable Aviation Forum, industry leaders reiterated that long-term climate action should be a priority alongside economic recovery in the coming years. Michael Gill, Executive Director of the cross-industry Air Transport Action Group, said,

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