TOULOUSE—In the wake of the ‘flying shame’ aviation carbon emissions phenomena that has reduced air travel in Sweden since late 2018, SAS Scandinavian Airlines has signed a research agreement with Airbus to study hybrid and electric aircraft technology. The memorandum of agreement covers joint research into the operational and infrastructure challenges involved with the large-scale introduction of hybrid and all-electric aircraft. The program, which is set to run from June ...

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