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Jet zero improved using new hydrogen methods

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…
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British Airways agreed to make all COP26 Flights green

British Airways agreed to make all COP26 Flights green: British Airways declared a new collaboration with bp to source sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in respect of all its flights between London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. It is claimed by BA that the SAF that will be used during the climate conference this can provide a lifecycle…
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UK looks to greener flights with largest aerospace engine

UK looks to greener flights with largest aerospace engine: Rolls-Royce has begun constructing what is believed to be the world’s largest aerospace engine that guarantees flights will be greener. This green engine is being created at the British company’s DemoWorks facility situated in Derby & is constructed to deliver a 25% fuel efficiency enhancement as compared…
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British Airways may be the 2nd biggest polluter in Europe

British Airways may be the 2nd biggest polluter in Europe: A new report has named British Airways as the second largest airline polluter for 2019 in Europe. The study by the campaign group Transport and Environment (T&E) believes the company’s emissions are responsible for as much carbon emitted from every van on the UK’s streets.…
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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 hydrogen-electric passenger jet takes off

First hydrogen-electric passenger jet takes off: Cranfield Airport – the ‘world’s first’ hydrogen fuel cell-powered flight takes off. The six-seater Piper M-class plane at ZeroAvia’s research and development facility at Cranfield Airport, completed a taxi, takeoff, a full pattern circuit and landing. That follows in the same aircraft in June, the ‘UK’s first commercial-scale battery-electric…
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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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