Airbus CEO says hydrogen plane is ‘the ultimate solution’


A model of one of Airbus’ ZEROe concept aircraft displayed in Hamburg, Germany, on 18 January 2022.

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Aviation could face substantial challenges if it’s unable to decarbonize in a timely manner, according to the CEO of Airbus, who added that hydrogen planes represent the “ultimate solution” for the mid and long term.

In an interview with CNBC’s Rosanna Lockwood on Thursday, Guillaume Faury — who was speaking after his firm reported earnings earlier in the day — said aviation would “potentially face significant hurdles if we don’t manage to decarbonize at the right pace.”

The environmental footprint of aviation is significant, with the…


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