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UK’s ATI to develop liquid green hydrogen flights to make any location in the world available with just one stop
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UK’s ATI to develop liquid green hydrogen flights to make any location in the world available with just one stop

Hydrogen is set to make any global location accessible by plane with just one stop as part of a new project revealed today (Dec 6) by the UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).

In fact, the potential for this technology is limitless with the project aiming to develop a green liquid hydrogen-powered plane that could revolutionise air transportation.

Read more: Liquid hydrogen has more potential than battery and ammonia in aviation, says ATI as it reveals new fleet of concept aircraft

Read more: UK project aiming to deliver hydrogen-powered aircraft by 2022

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