First ammonia-powered jet flight in 2023: A roadmap to clean aviation

The entire airline industry needs to wean itself off jet fuel over the next few decades – but it’s still buying enormously expensive jet aircraft that are expected to keep bringing home the bacon for more than 20 years. Australian company Aviation H2 hopes to clean up commercial flight by converting existing aircraft to burn green ammonia instead of standard Jet-A jet fuel. To do so, it’s planning to have a nine-seat passenger jet in the air and flying on ammonia by the middle of next year.

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