UK’s jet zero jets off!

A new electric motor will be tested for the British Airlander 10 aircraft to enable zero-emission flights

Government pours £3m into jet zero infrastructure

The funding will support the development of infrastructure required to support electric and hydrogen aircraft such as charge points for planes

UK’s rich flyers: Europe’s biggest polluters?

A new report suggests private jets leaving the UK emit more carbon dioxide than 20 other European countries combined

British Airways invests in ZeroAvia to propel hydrogen-powered flights

The hydrogen plane startup raised $24.3 million in a third funding round to develop a regional zero-emissions aircraft

UK eyes cleaner skies and flights with ‘world’s largest’ aerospace engine

Rolls-Royce has started building a demonstrator engine with technology to improve efficiency and make aviation more sustainable

Is British Airways the ‘second biggest’ airline polluter in Europe?

A new report estimates the company’s emissions are similar to those from all the vans on the UK’s streets

Pilotless hydrogen-powered jets for domestic flights?

The plan is to automate a light utility aircraft that could carry up to 19 passengers travelling through the ‘UK’s first’ zero carbon regional network

Airbus unveils design for detachable hydrogen fuel cell wing ‘pods’ for zero-emission flights

The engineers behind the design aim to scale up hydrogen fuel cell technology for passenger-size large commercial aircraft

ZeroAvia bags a £12.3m government funding to develop 19-seat hydrogen-electric jet

The HyFlyer II project is set to have its first flight in early 2023

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-electric passenger jet takes off in the UK

The flight took place in Cranfield and is part of a government-backed programme which aims to prove hydrogen is an efficient energy source for commercial aviation