Airbus reveals design for hydrogen fuel cell wing pods

Airbus reveals design for hydrogen fuel cell wing pods: Airbus has revealed a plan that may eventually allow large commercial aircraft to fly long stretches without producing CO2 emissions through the use of removable hydrogen fuel cell wing pods. The supposed named ‘pods’, that are attached underneath the aircraft wing, include propellers, motors & fuel…
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First zero-emission commercial jet designs showcased

Three different designs have been unveiled by Airbus for what it claims will be the ‘world’s first’ zero-emission commercial jet. With a range of up to 2,000 nautical miles, the planes named ZEROe, would be powered mainly with liquid hydrogen and could potentially carry up 200 passengers. Representing a different approach to achieving a flight…
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Electric guitar shaped efficient jet takes off

Electric guitar shaped efficient jet takes off: What if a V-shaped jet could take to the skies, that burns 20% less fuel than conventional aircraft and make commercial long-distance travel more sustainable? After the first test flight of the prototype ‘Flying V’ aircraft, named after Gibson’s famous electric guitar, that could soon happen. Developed at…
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