International Airport Review

Hamburg Airport is the first airport in Germany to join the international network for future hydrogen hubs.

Hamburg Airport is the first airport in Germany to join the international network for future hydrogen hubs. The goal of the global ‘Hydrogen Hub at Airports‘ network is for the aircraft manufacturer Airbus, airports, airlines and companies from the energy sector to work together, researching and establishing a reliable infrastructure for the use of hydrogen in aviation. Other partners invited by Airbus to join the cooperative effort include airports in France, Singapore, Japan and New Zealand.

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