German Design House Rethinks Long-Haul Aviation Around Hydrogen

HyLiner
Bauhaus Luftfhart’s HyLiner (2.0) concept for a hydrogen-fueled 400-seat long-haul airliner.
Credit: Bauhaus Luftfhart
Hydrogen propulsion could play a key role in a complete rethink of long-haul aviation to reduce its environmental footprint, a study by German aviation think-tank Bauhaus Luftfhart has concluded. The Hy-ShAir project looked at improving efficiency by changing how long-haul aviation operates and...

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