Launching the first round of the Zero Emission Flight Infrastructure competition – the UK Government has announced that it will award businesses and universities around the UK up to £50,000 each to pioneer critical research into infrastructure, such as charge points and hydrogen fuelling tanks, that will enable the mass uptake of electric and hydrogen aircraft. Part of the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan, the £3 million fund will ramp up the move towards sustainable flying to support aviation reach net zero by 2050. This follows on from news that members of the Jet Zero Council, British Airways, this week

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