Aircraft travelers could soon be served water mended by a hybrid fuel method being settled by a budget airline operator to save up to £24m/year.
UK-based Easyjet plans to consume hydrogen fuel cell energized from the landing braking structure to offer power when landing on the ground. This method would produce cleansed water that could be drunk or used in lavatories.
Easy jet’s lead of engineering Ian Davies said: “I consider we could recycle the water. It’s completely pure.” The hybrid planes being settled in combination with Cranfield University in UK could save about 50,000 tons of fuel for its fleet per year, Easy jet revealed. The airline confidences to launch the hybrid plane within the next decade.