The ATI’s FlyZero project has set out a revolutionary vision for the future of aviation where a new generation of aircraft powered by liquid hydrogen keeps businesses, cultures, families and nations connected without the carbon footprint.
Funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the project FlyZero began in early 2021 as an intensive research project investigating zero-carbon emission commercial flight. The independent study brought together experts from across the UK to assess the design challenges, manufacturing demands, operational requirements and market opportunity of potential zero-carbon emission aircraft concepts.
FlyZero has identified six key technology bricks which require development at pace to unlock liquid hydrogen flight together with the enabling technologies, a sustainability assessment, operational and infrastructure requirements and economic analysis.
Discover the conclusions from FlyZero, the UK government-backed programme exploring the future of zero-carbon emission air travel.
A suite of open source documents are available to download here while a series of more detailed and technical reports together with supporting research from industry and academia are available to organisations that meet the requirements of an access test.
Led by the ATI and backed by the UK government, FlyZero set out to investigate the zero-carbon emission air travel.
FlyZero’s holistic approach considered the airport and operational changes need to make hydrogen powered aircraft a reality alongside the development of key aircraft technologies.
Hear from the FlyZero team on their experience as part of this one-of-a-kind project which brought experts together to investigate zero-carbon emission air travel.
Project Director, Chris Gear, shares the FlyZero vision to realise zero carbon emission commercial aviation by the end of the decade.
During the event recorded on 5th May 2021, the team shared an update on the project and sought specialist knowledge and expertise to support this one-of-a-kind research project.