SAS Scandinavian Airlines has signed a research agreement with Airbus to study hybrid and electric aircraft technology. The memorandum of agreement covers joint research into the operational and infrastructure challenges involved with the large-scale introduction of hybrid and all-electric aircraft. The program, which is set to run from June to the end of 2020, will cover five work packages focusing on the impact of ground infrastructure and electrical charging on range, resources, time and ...

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