UK low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet has unveiled plans for a hydrogen fuel cell system that would remove the need for aircraft to use their engines for taxiing. The airline said that trials of the concept, developed by the airline and students at the UK’s Cranfield University, which specializes in technology and management, would take place later this year. The LCC aims to reduce its passengers’ carbon footprint by 7% over the next five years, following on from a 28% reduction ...

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