Airbus unveils futuristic designs for zero-emission hydrogen planes

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The three zero emission hydrogen plane designs unveiled by Airbus | Credit: Airbus
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The three zero emission hydrogen plane designs unveiled by Airbus | Credit: Airbus

The hydrogen-powered planes could be carrying passengers distances of up to 2,000 nautical miles by 2035, Airbus claims

Airbus has offered a glimpse of a potential zero emissions future for flight, yesterday revealing concept designs for three hydrogen-powered aircraft which it claims could enter service within just 15...

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