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        The E-Thrust concept can be described as a serial hybrid propulsion system.

        Electric flight?

        Bringing zero-emission technology to aviation

        Today, zero-emission flight is closer to reality than ever. Electric and hybrid-electric propulsion is rapidly revolutionising mobility technologies across industries, from automotive to marine. And the aviation industry is no exception. Airbus is committed to developing, building and testing electric and hybrid-electric future technology that will enable the aviation industry to significantly reduce the CO2 emissions of commercial aircraft.?

        On the path to zero-emission flight

        In 2010, Airbus embarked on its electrification journey, developing the world’s first fully-electric, four-engine aerobatic aircraft, CriCri. Since then, Airbus has made significant progress in the electrification of flight. Our all-electric, twin propeller aircraft E-Fan successfully crossed the English Channel in 2015. Vahana, our single-seat electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle?demonstrator, has been flight testing since 2018. CityAirbus, our eVTOL demonstrator with a four-passenger capacity, successfuly conducted its first take-off in May 2019. Both of our eVTOL demonstrators are undergoing a rigorous and comprehensive flight test programme to ensure safety and high performance. E-Fan X, the successor to E-Fan that is 30 times more powerful than its predecessor, is expected to take its first flight in 2021. For Airbus, our work in electric propulsion aims to drive the commercialisation of zero-emission, all-electric urban air mobility vehicles and, eventually, large commercial aircraft. Our goal is to make the technology available to fly a 100-passenger aircraft based on electric and hybrid-electric technology within the 2030s timeframe.

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        Innovation 13 June 2019

        Airbus E-Fan X

        E-Fan X is an ambitious project contributing to Airbus’ journey towards zero-emission flight that is expected to deliver fuel burn savings and significantly reduce noise emissions

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        Vahana 22 February 2019

        Vahana V2 Ground Cropped

        The autonomous eVTOL technology demonstrator, Vahana, performed its first flight on 31 January 2018

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        CityAirbus 11 March 2019

        CityAirbus

        The CityAirbus was presented on March 11 at the City of Ingolstadt to members of the German government and the public. Citizens had the opportunity to ask Airbus experts questions about the vehicle and the concept of Urban Air Mobility. Airbus and Ingolstadt believe that a dialogue between manufacturer, authorities and the public are a prerequisite for the successful introduction of Urban Air Mobility in the infrastructure of cities. Airbus and Ingolstadt are partners in the framework of the EU’s EIP-SCC initiative for smart cities.

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        Flightpath's 2050 Vision for Aviation

        Airbus is committed to meeting the environmental goals in Flightpath's 2050 Vision for Aviation. This includes reducing CO2 by 75%, NOx by 90% and noise by 65% in aircraft. These ambitious targets cannot be achieved using existing technologies. We believe electric and hybrid-electric aircraft propulsion systems are the only viable technology solution that can help the aviation industry to meet these targets.??

        Glenn Llewellyn on the future of electrification in aviation

         

        Interview of Glenn Llewellyn, General Manager - Electrification - CTO - Airbus Airbus’ E-Fan X, the more powerful successor to the smaller all-electric E-Fan aircraft, is scheduled to take its first flight in 2021 as a demonstrator testing a 2 MW hybrid-electric propulsion system Read less Read more

        A timeline of achievement in electric propulsion

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