It is no surprise that the Hydrogen Fuel topic has risen to the ranks in the past 10 years as a promising future of aviation fueling. However, the limitations on cost, infrastructure, and transportation have kept this experiment at bay for as long as it has been discussed. Fortunately for us, Rolls Royce has announced a new partnership with Easy Jet which will enable them to develop and test hydrogen combustion engine technology for aircraft.
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A commercial airplane whose landing gear collapsed upon arrival Tuesday at Miami International Airport caught fire, officials said, sending passengers and crew scrambling to get to safety.
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