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Airbus may make engines for hydrogen fueled planes, CEO tells paper

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Airbus may make engines for hydrogen fueled planes, CEO tells paper

Airbus may make its own engines for its hydrogen fueled planes, Chief Executive Officer Guillaume Faury told a German newspaper in an interview published on Saturday. - FinancialPost

The planemaker has said it plans to develop the world’s first zero-emission hydrogen fueled commercial aircraft by 2035.

Faury told the Welt am Sonntag newspaper that he could imagine equipping those aircraft with electric motors produced in-house.

That’s something we could basically do ourselves, Faury was quoted as saying, speaking of a possible change of strategy.

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