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The sky is the limit: South Korea’s Incheon International Airport bets big on hydrogen
© Air Liquide
The sky is the limit: South Korea’s Incheon International Airport bets big on hydrogen
© Air Liquide

The sky is the limit: South Korea’s Incheon International Airport bets big on hydrogen

South Korea’s Incheon International Airport will develop a roadmap for hydrogen usage within its operations as part of a new partnership formed today (Feb 10) with Air Liquide, Airbus and Korean Air.

Set to decarbonise both the airport itself and the wider aviation sector, the group will support both the deployment of hydrogen ecosystems to support ground operations and hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft.

It is believed the above will be carried out in two steps: Firstly, the group will develop a roadmap to first develop hydrogen uses at and around Incheon Airport and then they will focus on the needed infrastructure to support hydrogen flights.

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