Tag: zero-emission

ZeroAvia Strikes Deal to Bring Zero-Emission Flights to Sweden

ZeroAvia, the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, today announced a four party agreement to develop commercial routes using its hydrogen-electric powertrain systems on routes from Skellefteå Airport in North East Sweden. As part of the agreement, ZeroAvia will w...

ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport plan for zero-emission flights

Zero-emission, hydrogen-powered air travel is the aim of a new partnership between ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport (BHX).  The companies have entered into a long-term partnership to make on-airfield hydrogen refuelling and regular domestic passenger flights of zero-emission aircraft a reality in...

Airbus Commercial Selects Altair SimSolid in ZEROe Sustainable Aircraft Initiative

Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), announced that Airbus Commercial has selected Altair SimSolid – the game-changing simulation technology that performs structural analyses on fully featured CAD assemblies within minutes – in its ZEROe global in...

ZeroAvia & AGS Airports Team Up to Bring Zero-Emission Flights to Scotland

ZeroAvia, the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, today announced an agreement with AGS Airports to explore the development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure, regulatory framework requirements and resourcing required for delivering zero-emission flights from Aberdeen ...

ACI EUROPE joins European Commission’s Alliance for Zero-Emission Aviation

ACI EUROPE today officially joined the Alliance for Zero-Emission Aviation (AZEA)1, a voluntary initiative spearheaded by the European Commission bringing aviation stakeholders together to prepare Europe for hydrogen and electric flight. The Alliance will build on the findings of the industry-led...

Alaska Air Group collaborates with ZeroAvia

ZeroAvia is gaining altitude as the leader in zero-emission passenger aircraft as it announces a development collaboration with Alaska Air Group, the parent company of Alaska Airlines, for a hydrogen-electric powertrain capable of flying 76-seat regional aircraft in excess of 500 NM. Alaska i...

Airbus establishes Zero-Emission development centres in Germany and France

Airbus has decided to concentrate its efforts for metallic hydrogen tanks in a complementary setup by creating Zero-Emission Development Centres (ZEDC) at its sites in Bremen (Germany) and in Nantes (France). The goal of the ZEDC is to achieve cost-competitive cryogenic tank manufacturing to suppo...

Prepare for Lift Off: Jet Zero Council to Deliver Carbon Free Flight

The pioneering partnership between Government and the aviation sector to fast-track zero emission flight has taken its next step forward today (Friday 25th September) with the publication of the group’s members and key aims. Following the first meeting of the Council earlier in the summer, repr...

Airbus reveals new zero-emission concept aircraft

Airbus has revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. These concepts each represent a different approach to achieving zero-emission flight, exploring various technology pathways and aerodynamic configurations in order to suppo...

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