Hybrid Air Vehicles has joined the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation.

The Global Coalition brings stakeholders together with the aim of facilitating the development of new technologies and accelerating the implementation of innovative solutions that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions at source, on the ground, or in the sky. HAV joins other innovators across technology, operations and infrastructure, and sustainable aviation fuels.

The key objective of the Coalition is to promote sustainable international aviation, a goal HAV shares. Recognising both aviation’s significant carbon footprint and its importance to global connectivity, we advocate a broad range of solutions to address the challenge of decarbonisation. There will be no one-size-fits-all solution for aviation and HAV is committed to playing our part.  

Innovation is critical to achieving our net zero aviation goals. The ICAO Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation brings together approaches from across aerospace and we are pleased to be part of this important collaborative effort.

Tom Grundy HAV CEO

HAV’s first aircraft, Airlander 10, will be available in a hybrid-electric configuration from 2025/6 and operate with 90% fewer emissions than comparable conventional aircraft. Ideally suited to serving short haul-type routes with up to 100 passengers on board, Airlander 10’s mobility variant can offer a near-term option to reducing aviation emissions. Airlander 10 will be available in an all-electric, zero emissions configuration before 2030.

Find out more about the ICAO Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation here.

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