Airbus plans to fly the world’s first hybrid aircraft by 2035

Airbus plans to create the world’s first hybrid passenger aircraft. This was stated in Hamburg by the CEO of Airbus Guillaume Faury.

“Our goal is to build the world’s first low-emission passenger aircraft,” Reuters quoted Mr. Faury on Friday. There are plans to create a winged aircraft with a hybrid-electric engine, which Airbus wants to fly into the air until 2035. The CEO of Airbus did not provide any details regarding the technical characteristics.

According to Mr. Faury, Airbus would like to play a leading role in creating environmentally friendly aircraft. He acknowledged that this path is complex and will require significant investment.

Source – https://www.aviaport.ru/

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