- Feb 18, 2022 8:08 am GMT
Flying on hydrogen
To fly from Rotterdam to London on hydrogen, you’ll need an aircraft with special engines. ZeroAvia has developed an aircraft engine in which hydrogen fuel cells power electric motors. The only emission it produces is condensation. ZeroAvia's hydro-electric system is ground-breaking and, according to the developers, a viable way to make aviation more sustainable on a large scale. Another benefit of this technology is the lower cost associated with it, making flight routes more attractive to airlines, airports and passengers.
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