Hydrogen is already used in the production of synthetic sustainable aviation fuels, so-called e-fuels, but direct use of hydrogen as fuel in aircraft engines is also highly relevant for the transition to zero- and low-emission aviation. This requires extensive investments in both aircraft and infrastructure.
In this conversation, those who make the planes, those who fly them and those who operate the airports meet to discuss the role of hydrogen in the aviation industry's transition to zero- and low-emission operations. Airbus, the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, is coming to talk about how they work with the use of hydrogen technology in aircraft. Anko van der Werff, CEO of SAS, will talk about the role of hydrogen aircraft in their plans for the sustainable aviation of the future, and Abraham Foss, CEO of Avinor, will explain how airports will be adapted to become hubs for hydrogen in the future.