Air travel with 75% less emissions

The hybrid airship Airlander 10 has now reached its full production design, offering up to 75 per cent fewer emissions than comparable aircraft – and the promise of zero-carbon aviation with the ongoing development of electric propulsion, in partnership with Collins Aerospace and the University of Nottingham.

Owner, Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), is now in negotiations with new commercial customers for the updated version of the aircraft that has introduced a lower-drag shape and is currently in contract negotiations for the first four production slots, based on signed letters of intent for over ten aircraft with organisations in the tourism and clean technology sectors.

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