Will Hydrogen Take Off in the Aviation Sector?

Airbus ZEROe concept aircraft. Image: Airbus   As the world recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, business and leisure air travel will become a viable option again, the need to move people across the globe will return and the aviation industry will play a key role in this. However, the pandemic has sped up the need for flights to be more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint. Which begs the question will hydrogen take off in the aviation sector? Development and research into hydrogen as a possible energy carrier to power future zero-emission aircraft has been increasing in recent years. The two aviation manufacturing giants Boeing and Airbu

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