Delta, Airbus join forces on hydrogen flight ambitions

Delta Airlines has become the first US-based airline to collaborate with Airbus to accelerate the development of hydrogen-powered aircraft as it looks to spearhead its Flight to Net Zero plan.

The duo on Thursday (March 17) announced the collaboration that will focus on both decarbonised flights themselves and the required ecosystem needed to support the clean shift.

As part of its focus of the deal, Delta has said it will identify fleet and network expectations, as well as the operational and infrastructure requirements needed to develop commercial aircrafts powered by hydrogen fuel.

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