Air Liquide, Airbus Join South Korean Hydrogen Study

Air Liquide is leading several initiatives to establish infrastructure to support hydrogen-powered aircraft.
Credit: Vinci
Hydrogen supplier Air Liquide and Airbus have signed a memorandum of understanding with Korean Air and the operator of Incheon International Airport to study the development of infrastructure required to support the deployment of hydrogen-powered aircraft. As a first step, the four partners will...
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