Hydrogen is the great hope for the future of air travel in a net zero world. Today, the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), which is a joint government and industry effort to develop a range of advanced technologies with the aim of reducing aviation’s environmental impact, has revealed the concept design of a hydrogen-powered aircraft that could fly up to 279 passengers “anywhere in the world with no carbon emissions and just one stop” Developed by a team of aerospace and aviation experts from across the UK collaborating on the government backed FlyZero project, the concept demonstrates the potential of green
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