London Oxford Airport Eyeing Electrified Future

London Oxford Airport
The new Hangar 15 (center) dominates this view of Oxford Airport, which also features the new fuel farm (front, to left of hangar).
Credit: London Oxford Airport
OXFORD, England—Operating a regional airport in Britain in the early 2020s appears to be an exercise in balancing risks against opportunities, ambition against pragmatism. An island nation needs airports to connect its people and businesses with the rest of the world, but a high-density population...

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