UK government called on by Easyjet for hydrogen-powered flight funding

EasyJet, in collaboration with aerospace manufacturers such as Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and GKN, is calling on the government to support the development of hydrogen-powered flights.


The airline has recently established operations at Birmingham airport, marking its first new UK base in nearly a decade.

CEO Johan Lundgren emphasised the significant advancements made in hydrogen plane technology, expressing optimism that the UK could lead the way in this innovative field. However, he stressed the importance of industrialising the technology, not just achieving successful flights.

Read more: EasyJet joins calls for UK government to help fund hydrogen-powered flight | easyJet | The Guardian

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