Airbus Places Big Bet On Hydrogen Propulsion As Aviation’s Future

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Airbus hydrogen-powered aircraft
Airbus presented three hydrogen-powered aircraft concepts Sept. 21: a turbofan, a turboprop and a blended-wing body. At least one of them is to be turned into a real aircraft program by 2035.

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Airbus, like all aircraft manufacturers and the civil aviation industry as a whole, is under enormous political pressure to reduce its environmental impact after the sector recovers from the…

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