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Taking Flight on Green Wings: Airbus Teams Up for Hydrogen Airport Hubs in North America

29 May 2024

Airbus is taxiing towards a greener future for aviation!

The aerospace giant has partnered with major airports in North America to explore hydrogen hubs, paving the way for zero-emission flights.

Airbus Sets Sights on Hydrogen

  • Clean Skies Initiative: As part of its commitment to sustainable aviation, Airbus is championing hydrogen as the fuel of the future.

  • 2035 Target: Their ambitious goal? Launching the world's first hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft by 2035.


Taking Off with North American Partners

  • Canada Goosebumps for Green Aviation:  Airbus and ZeroAvia signed agreements with Canada's three busiest airports – Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver – to study hydrogen infrastructure feasibility.

  • World's Busiest Airport Joins the Club:  Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest, is teaming up with Airbus, Delta Air Lines, and PlugPower to assess the potential for a hydrogen hub.

  • Houston, We Have a Hydrogen Hub Study:  Airbus is partnering with Houston Airports and the Center for Houston's Future to explore a hydrogen hub at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.


Why Hydrogen Hubs Matter

  • Building the Infrastructure:  These studies are a crucial step towards creating a hydrogen ecosystem for airports, essential for powering future hydrogen-fueled airplanes.

  • Collaboration is Key:  By working with airport authorities, airlines, and energy companies, Airbus aims to establish a foundation for widespread hydrogen use in aviation.


Airbus launched its ZEROe project in 2020 to develop hydrogen-powered aircraft. These new studies demonstrate their dedication to turning this vision into reality.


This initiative shows that a greener future for air travel is within reach. By combining cutting-edge technology with strategic partnerships, Airbus is taking a bold step towards sustainable skies!

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