Scientists have spared no effort to expand the field of science and technology, and are still working to introduce more innovations. In this regard, the aircraft manufacturer Airbus recently Has designed an aircraft that is the first to run on hydrogen gas and emit no pollutants. The company hopes that this aircraft will be ready for flight by 2035.
It is the world’s first commercial aircraft that will not emit any kind of pollution. The company’s CEO, Oguilla Mayfouri, called it a “historic moment” for the commercial aviation sector. The engine can run up to 2300 miles once filled.
However, it is currently limited to the Atlantic Ocean. Currently, it will only fly on transcontinental routes. According to the company, it is designed for short-haul journeys. The company has three options for this. The first design is just like a normal commercial ship. So we will be long and flexible on it. The second design is of a ship whose The propeller is a six-bladed propeller, while the third design is more sophisticated, with the wings and seats of the ship being ‘blended’.
All three aircraft will be powered by modified gases that will burn liquid hydrogen as fuel. Fouri says the concept will help build the world’s first zero-emission commercial craft. The goal is to use hydrogen. And this is possible only when other industries work on renewable energy to improve the future of the aviation industry. Last year, two private companies worked together on a research project. What, in which they planned to reduce the impact of the aircraft on the environment through hybrid and electric aircraft.
According to Chief Executive Officer of the airline John Lindgren, eco-friendly aircraft are committed to sustainable flight and we know that all this is made possible by modern technology. “Many years ago, we didn’t see hydrogen propulsion as a low-emission technology, but after a while, modern things changed,” said Glenn Llewellyn, vice president of Zero Emission Aircraft.
Today, in this age of modernity, hopes for the use of hydrogen to reduce emissions in aviation were used in hydrogen airships until the beginning of the twentieth century, but it ceased to be used after the 1937 Heidenberg crash. The company estimates that hydrogen could reduce global warming carbon emissions by up to 50 percent from the aviation sector.
Airbus estimates that hydrogen could reduce global warming carbon emissions from the aviation sector by 50 percent. The company says the turbophone design could easily carry 200 passengers up to 2,000 miles. Yes, but a turboprop plane can carry half the passengers halfway. Aviation is not the only transportation sector that could benefit from the use of hydrogen in the race to eliminate emissions by the middle of this century.
Last year, London announced that it would be the first city in the world to run hydrogen-powered double-decker buses. In May 2019, Transport for London (TFL) introduced a hydrogen-powered bus that emits water at a cost. Although hydrogen-powered single-decker buses have been in operation in London and other cities for years, TFL says its buses will be the world’s first hydrogen-powered double-decker buses.