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Hydrogen-powered Airbus A380 to take flight this decade
© Airbus
Hydrogen-powered Airbus A380 to take flight this decade
© Airbus

Hydrogen-powered Airbus A380 to take flight this decade

Airbus will this decade fly a hydrogen-powered Airbus A380 airliner as it lays the foundations to offer commercial zero-emissions aircraft by 2035.

The aerospace corporation on Tuesday (Feb 22) confirmed its A380 plans as part of a new collaboration with CFM International, a 50/50 joint venture between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines.

Together, the parties will play a crucial role in getting the Airbus A3980, equipped with liquid hydrogen tanks, off the ground and into the skies.

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