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Airbus CEO sees credibility of the 2035 hydrogen aircraft entry target as ‘higher and higher everyday’

Airbus CEO sees credibility of the 2035 hydrogen aircraft entry target as ‘higher and higher everyday’

Speaking at day two of the Airbus Summit 2021, Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus, reiterated that the aerospace giant remains committed to using hydrogen aviation technology by 2035.

When questioned on whether 2035 still remains a realistic date despite the challenges and obstacles associated with hydrogen, Faury confidently said, “The answer is clearly yes. It’s very realistic to believe that 2035 is a realistic date for the entry into service of hydrogen planes.”

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Faury gave a detailed explanation as to why this date is realistic for Airbus’ ZEROe range and why it is more than achievable, “We have given to yourself five years to develop the technologies. We think that’s very realistic.

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