Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA
Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA

Despite Covid-19 headwinds, Airbus presses ahead with ambitious timeline for zero-emission, hydrogen-powered aircraft

  • European aircraft maker’s Asia-Pacific chief says global crisis has not changed plan to ‘put a zero-emission aircraft in the air by the mid-2030s’
  • Switching to hydrogen fuel would be a sea change, one analyst says, as airlines strive to meet tough emissions standards under Paris Climate Accord

Topic |   Aviation
Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA
Airbus revealed computer-generated images of its planned zero-emission, hydrogen-powered planes on Monday. Photo: DPA
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