Airbus along with Boeing and other major aircraft companies have pledged to halve carbon emissions by 2050.
Aircraft company Airbus could develop by 2030, the plane that will not exert harmful influence on the environment, according to the resource Bloomberg, citing Executive Director of the Airbus ExO Alpha (“subsidiary” Airbus, specializing in the development of new technologies) Sandra Schaeffer (Schaeffer Sandra). According to a top Manager, eco-friendly airliner with a capacity of 100 people can be used for regional passenger transport.
Airbus along with Boeing and other major aircraft companies have pledged to halve carbon emissions by 2050. “Today there is no single solution to meet commitments, but there are a number of solutions that will work if we put them together,” said Schaeffer, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference on 3dnews.
Sandra Schaeffer said that currently the company is studying the possibility of use in the aircraft alternative fuels to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, as well as working to create more efficient engines and improved aerodynamic performance.
If the creation of eco-friendly large Airliners can take a lot of time, then, as suggested by the Executive Director of the Airbus ExO Alpha, environmentally-friendly small aircraft for regional transportation could begin to produce by 2030.