NASAis working to make return flights more environmentally friendly. Through a new partnership with the space agency, the aviation industry, Electric Airplane Propulsion For future aircraft using (EAP) system the design and Modelling wants to improve their tools.
NASA EAP wants to showcase its technology in flight
Also space agency, 2035 to global fleets until EAP wants to showcase its technology while in flight. NASA, especially turboproplar, regional jets and single-aisle aircraft in smaller planes such as EAP aims to use.
NASA states that its studies show that electrification of aircraft propulsion can have a significant effect in reducing energy use and carbon and nitrogen oxide emissions, while electric motors generate fewer emissions that contribute to climate change.
Pressing for more sustainable air travel has become a hot topic for both manufacturers and regulators, Engadet reported.
Non-profit Air Transport Action GroupAccording to, flights produced 915 million tons of CO2 in 2019 before the pandemic affected the industry, and CO2 to emissions 2 percent He contributed. As known January Boeing pledged to fly all its aircraft on 100 percent sustainable fuels by 2030.