Airbus prepares the arrival of the first hydrogen aircraft scheduled for 2035

Airbus prepares the arrival of the first hydrogen aircraft scheduled for 2035
# 22 June 2021 12:10 (UTC +04:00)

Air Liquide, Airbus and Groupe ADP announced that they had signed a memorandum of understanding to prepare for the arrival of hydrogen in airports in 2035, as part of the development of new zero-emission aircraft, APA reports citing World in 24. 

This partnership involves carrying out engineering studies, with a view to creating the necessary infrastructure to accommodate the new aircraft, in particular to supply them with liquid hydrogen.

The three partner groups “intend to combine their respective expertise to support the decarbonisation of air transport and define the concrete needs and opportunities that hydrogen brings to the aeronautics sector”, with the objective of “contributing to the emergence of a French innovative and strategic sector for carbon-free global aviation “, they said in a joint press release.
 
Initially, a study involving a representative panel of around thirty airports in the world “will make it possible to determine the different configurations of development and supply of liquid hydrogen”, it is indicated.

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THE OPERATION IS BEING PERFORMED