Airbus Reveals Three Stunning Concepts For Zero Emission Aircraft

Airbus | September 21, 2020

Airbus Reveals Three Stunning Concepts For Zero Emission Aircraft
To celebrate zero emissions day 2020, Airbus has revealed three concept aircraft, codenamed ZEROe. These hydrogen-powered planes would be the first to produce zero emissions in flight and could revolutionize air transport for the future. Here’s what you need to know.
European planemaker Airbus has unveiled three concepts for aircraft that could fly with zero emissions. These commercial planes are designed to fill every niche in the commercial aviation sector, and the planemaker says they could be ready to enter service as soon as 2035.

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Thank you to the PTO for sponsoring International Day 2015. The number of volunteers that came out to share their knowledge, time, artifacts and dance skills was impressive for all to see! If you missed the day, take a look at a few pics and videos of the festivities. Hope to see you next year!