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Is this the first large aircraft to reach a zero emission plane in Spain?

Is this the first large aircraft to reach a zero emission plane in Spain?

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Spain’s Air Nostrum 10 has ordered the Airlander 10. To undertake regional tours within and around Spain.

The delivery date is set for 2026.

Manufacturers of the aircraft, which was released in 2016, expected it to be in service by 2025.

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The company claims that hybrid aircraft manufactured by the UK-based Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) will reduce emissions by 90%.

The planes will fly at altitudes of 300 to 400 km using helium and electricity.

However, do not expect your aircraft to be at lightning speed, reaching its maximum speed of 80 miles per hour or 129 kilometers per hour.

It can accommodate about 100 passengers.

According to the manufacturer, the deal comes after six months of “careful study and modeling” of the interior Spanish tracks.

Hybrid Air said it may include shorter routes from Liverpool to Belfast (168 miles), Seattle to Vancouver (127 miles), and Oslo to Stockholm (263 miles).

“The Airlander does not need a runway to land and take off,” an Airlander spokesman told CNN.

In terms of aircraft interior design, it is more beautiful than conventional flight rooms, which is 1-2-1.

Some benches face each other, and their exposed walls provide views of the countryside.

And for those who want to see the path they are on, the plane will fly at a maximum altitude of 20,000 feet.

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Carlos Pertomio, President of Air Nostrum, said that by 2030, aerospace vehicles will help his company achieve the EU’s “Fit for 55” goals.

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“The Airlander 10 will significantly reduce its emissions. Therefore, we have entered into this agreement with HAV,” he said in a statement.

HAV CEO Tom Grund continued: “As countries such as France, Denmark, Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom begin to take steps to reduce carbon emissions from domestic and short-haul aircraft, the Hybrid Air Vehicles and Air Nostrum Group is showing how this can be achieved. Can be reached soon. “

HAV will begin building its fleet this year, providing 1,800 jobs in the UK and Yorkshire.

The company said it was working on “further improvements in electric propulsion” and hoped the Airlander 10 would become the first full-fledged aircraft to reach zero emission.