EasyJet Links With GKN On Hydrogen Propulsion

GKN Aerospace
The UK’s GKN-led H2Gear project is developing hybrid hydrogen-electric propulsion for subregional aircraft.
Credit: GKN Aerospace
EasyJet is continuing to lend its support to efforts to develop technology for zero-emission commercial aircraft. In its latest move, the London Luton airport-headquartered LCC is working with GKN Aerospace on two projects to develop hydrogen propulsion systems. EasyJet is supporting GKN’s UK...
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