Airbus showed the first hydrogen-powered airplane. Looks futuristic The European aviation concern relies on ecological technologies that will make the aviation industry environmentally friendly. How will Airbus do this? With such amazing machines.

Airbus has unveiled the concept of the world's first emission-free airliner, which would enter service as early as 2035. The company revealed that its plants are currently working on the construction of the first prototype of such a machine. This process will take several years, but in a decade the first flights of the fully ecological machine will take place.

Engineers rely on hydrogen. Many believe that it is the fuel of the future not only in terms of use in vehicles on the road, but also in the air. The effects of hydrogen propulsion work are only steam. Every year, more and more hydrogen charging stations and plants for the production of this type of cells are built around the world.

Interestingly, Japan is currently a pioneer in the development of hydrogen technologies, but Germany also has extensive experience in this matter. Now that the advancement of technology has advanced significantly, the vision of replacing hydrocarbon fuels with green hydrogen cells will finally be realized.

Returning to the concept of an Airbus plane, the machine called ZEROe will at no angle resemble ordinary airliners we see in the sky. The machine is to be designed and built from scratch according to the latest aerodynamic technologies. The European concern wants ZEROe travels to be an unforgettable pleasure.

The plane is to have six powerful electric motors to help it reach speeds in excess of 800 km / h, but at the same time the whole structure is to ensure very low noise levels in areas where take-offs, flights and landings will take place. In this version, ZEROe is to have a range of 2,000 kilometers and take up to 200 people on board.