Big Interest But Small Start For Hydrogen Propulsion Project

Britten-Norman Islander aircraft concept
Pressurized hydrogen in underwing tanks will feed fuel cells in the Islander’s nacelles.
Credit: Cranfield Aerospace Solutions
Why is an airline that operates 180-seat Airbuses by the hundreds interested in a project to convert a nine-seat island-hopper to hydrogen-electric propulsion? Because the carrier, EasyJet, views hydrogen propulsion as the front-runner in the effort to decarbonize short-haul air transport and wants...

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