Denmark Targets Fossil-Free Domestic Aviation By 2030

Swedish startup Heart Aerospace is developing an all-electric 19-seat airliner for service entry in 2026.
Credit: Heart Aerospace
Denmark’s government has set the goal of all domestic aviation being fossil-free by 2030, potentially through a combination of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and electric and hydrogen propulsion. The pledge was made by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen in her Jan. 1 New Year’s speech. Denmark joins...

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