An important step has come from Airbus to make air transport sustainable and environmental. The company introduced the first “zero-emission” passenger aircraft designs using hydrogen fuel cells.
Airbus has announced a plan to produce hydrogen-powered aircraft that will have zero emissions to come to life in 2035.
It is planned to reduce the harmful gases emitted from the exhaust to zero by using hydrogen instead of Jet fuel. Introduced for short distances, it was announced that the propeller-driven hydrogen aircraft would have a capacity of 100 people and a range of about 1700 kilometers.
The new jet-powered passenger plane, which will carry 200 people, will have a range of 3,700 km.
The most notable element in the introduction was the wide-body passenger aircraft design.
In addition to zero emissions, this design will reduce fuel consumption by 20 percent. The aircraft are scheduled to enter service in 2035.
The first small-scale models are expected to begin trials next year.