Airbus says “It’s a gas”

Airbus has debuted three new concepts for the world’s first “zero-emission” commercial aircraft — and one or some might enter service during or before 2035, according to a press release published on Airbus’ website.

Airbus debuted three new concepts for the first-ever “zero-emission” commercial aircraft and aims to press the future aircraft into service during or before 2035.

The new concepts represent a break from previous attempts to achieve zero-emission flight — experimenting with different technology pathways and aerodynamic configurations, read the release.

The three aircraft concepts will be tested to find the most efficient means of traveling long-distance via plane without producing greenhouse gases associated with the climate crisis.

Virgin is also hot on the trail, as well.  And all manufacturers may need to step up the pace.

Read more courtesy of TheGuardian.com

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