At Airbus, we believe the future of aerospace is autonomous, connected and zero-emission. We collaborate with our innovation ecosystem and leverage our digitised operations to imagine future concepts that will bring this vision to reality.

ZEROe

Zero emission journey

Bringing cleaner technology to aerospace

Airbus summit

Airbus Summit 2022

30 November - 1 December 2022 | #AirbusSummit

Our zero emissions demonstrators

Airbus ZEROe concept

ZEROe

Towards the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft

Zephyr Without Background

Zephyr

Harvesting the sun’s rays to power aircraft

CityAirbus NextGen

CityAirbus NextGen

Our four-seat eVTOL demonstrator

Autonomous Connected

Autonomous & Connected

Towards safer, more efficient & interoperable flight

Discover how Airbus’ autonomous and connected technologies are leading the way towards safer, more efficient and interoperable flight.

Industry 4.0 A

Industry 4.0

A future-focused, intelligent and digital industrial ecosystem

RACER

Disruptive concepts

A fresh approach to aircraft design & materials

Innovation Ecosystem A

Innovation ecosystem

Leveraging collective intelligence to deliver results

Airbus partners with the outside world to translate innovative ideas into aerospace breakthroughs. Discover our open and agile approach to innovation.

MAVERIC 3D

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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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