Report: Electric, Hydrogen Aircraft Could Meet Intra-EU Travel Needs

Airbus Zero-E 6 pods
Airbus is studying hydrogen fuel-cell-powered aircraft concepts under its ZEROe program.
Credit: Airbus
Electric- and hydrogen-powered aircraft have the potential to cover a significant part of the intra-European Union passenger market by 2040 but policymakers need to support the development of aircraft and infrastructure, a new report concludes. The report by consultants Deloitte determines that...

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