Air New Zealand Sets Sights On Zero-Emissions Aircraft

Air New Zealand Bombardier Q300
Air New Zealand will be phasing out its Q300 turboprops after 2030, and it wants to replace them with a zero-emissions model.
Credit: Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand is studying how it could incorporate hydrogen-powered aircraft in its network, which could help it meet an ambitious goal of replacing part of its domestic fleet with zero-emissions aircraft. The airline has signed an agreement with Airbus to undertake a joint research initiative...
Adrian Schofield

Adrian is a senior air transport editor for Aviation Week, based in New Zealand. He covers commercial aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.

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