Jet zero improved using new hydrogen methods: Britain’s jet zero has come a bit closer to launching.

Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS), a British SME, has reported it has bought and been delivered a Britten-Norman Islander plane which it intends to modify using hydrogen fuel cell technology.

The firm hopes to begins test flights with hydrogen powertrains that will allow it to attain its goal to make zero emissions flight commercially accessible by 2025.

CAeS is focused on the 1st test flight to occur in the 1st quarter of 2023 & for the zero emissions product to be within the Islander market by 2025.

The contribution is forecast to be accessible as a retrofit solution as well as integrated into the new model of the Islander.

Paul Hutton, Chief Executive Officer of CAeS, stated: “We are excited to begin testing our hydrogen fuel cell powertrain technology on a widely used commercial aircraft.

“It is critical that the aviation industry delivers real-zero emissions aircraft solutions to reduce its impact on the environment. We are now rapidly progressing to delivering the first certified emissions free passenger carrying aircraft services anywhere in the world.”

Jet zero improved using new hydrogen methods

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