Gathering pace towards sustainable aerospace

The Airbus Summit 2022 showcased the best in international cooperation and built on the momentum of last year’s event.
30 November - 1 December 2022


The aerospace industry is undergoing a period of rapid change, with advancements being made towards our sustainability commitments, and new technologies transforming the way we look at flight. But these positive steps are contrasted with an ever-complex external environment: war on Europe’s borders, economic instability, and an energy crisis that looks set to bite this winter. 

The Airbus Summit 2022 brought together business leaders, partners, and industry experts to exchange ideas and debate the challenges and opportunities that are transforming our world. 

What has been achieved? What are the challenges that still lie ahead?

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Innovation
Airbus and CERN to partner on superconducting technologies for future clean aviation
Airbus UpNext, a wholly owned subsidiary of Airbus, and CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, are launching a project to evaluate how superconductivity can contribute to the decarbonisation of future aircraft systems. The Super-Conductor for Aviation with Low Emissions (SCALE) demonstrator aims to promote the adaptation and adoption of superconducting technologies in airborne electrical distribution systems.
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Innovation
Airbus reveals hydrogen-powered zero-emission engine
Airbus has revealed that it is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine. The propulsion system is being considered as one of the potential solutions to equip its zero-emission aircraft that will enter service by 2035.
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Innovation
Airbus prepares for its first megawatt-class hydrogen fuel-cell engine flight-test demonstrator…
Hydrogen-powered fuel-cell engine architecture with cryogenic storage could feature in an all-new zero-emission aircraft which will enter service by 2035. Airbus is already well on track to design, build and demonstrate such a megawatt-class propulsion system, in under four years from now…
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Innovation
Could hydrogen fuel-cell systems be the solution for emission-free aviation?
The holy grail of aircraft propulsion is to provide power without any emissions. One of the most promising candidates is the hydrogen fuel-cell. Here we explain how Airbus and its partners are helping to drive the technology forward to be ready for flight demonstrations.
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Innovation
Airbus and ArianeGroup to pioneer liquid hydrogen technology
Airbus and ArianeGroup, a joint venture equally owned by Airbus and Safran, and a world leader in space propulsion technologies, will work together to build the first liquid hydrogen refuelling facility for ZEROe aircraft at Toulouse, Blagnac airport. The station will be operational in 2025.
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Innovation
Airbus teams up to advance green hydrogen availability at airports
Airbus has signed a partnership agreement with HyPort, a joint venture between ENGIE Solutions and the Regional Agency for Energy and Climate in Occitanie (AREC), a leader in the development of green hydrogen in France, to support the development of one of the world’s first low carbon hydrogen production and distribution stations at an airport.
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Airbus Summit | Topics in focus

Lunar base made with 3D printing

What’s next in Space

Exploring the potential of the Moon

Decarbonising growth

Decarbonising now

The airline and energy provider perspective

Airbus hydrogen-powered aircraft

ZEROe unfiltered

The subtle art of powering an aircraft with hydrogen

Energy transformation

Let’s get hybrid!

Improving aircraft performance through hybridisation

Towards clean vertical flight

Bringing the industry together

Sky

Together towards net zero

United behind a collective challenge

Airbus-COP26

Building a stronger Europe

Defence, security and sustainability

Ushering in the next generation of CityAirbus, the fully electric vehicle is equipped with fixed wings, a V-shaped tail, and eight electrically powered propellers as part of its uniquely designed distributed propulsion system.

How UAM can be a lifesaver

New possibilities to serve society

 

 

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