Aircraft’s Future

“Today, zero-emission flight is closer to reality than ever. At Airbus, we are committed to developing, building and testing alternative-propulsion systems – powered by electric, hydrogen and/or solar technology – to enable the aviation industry to disruptively reduce the CO2 emissions of commercial aircraft, helicopters, satellites and future urban air mobility vehicles.” says Airbus.

4 options in there waiting for us.

  • Electric Flight
  • Hydrogen
  • Solar Flight
  • Urban Air Mobility

Airbus announced first zero-emission, hydrogen-powered commercial flight may ready for take-off by 2035. It was dubbed a “historic moment” for the commercial aviation sector by the company’s CEO Guillaume Faury. With the future progress of technology, the transition from fossil fuel sector to renewable fuel in all vehicles will progress without hesitation, and even will undergo a rapid change. The conservation of nature, air pollution and cost will accelerate the transition to edible fuel more than our estimates. The aviation industry will undoubtedly be affected by this change, and renewable and natural energy resources will come to the fore in aircraft power systems.


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