Hamburg Airport (HAM) has become the first airport to join Airbus' international 'Hydrogen Hub at Airports' network.
NACO commemorated the 2023 Girls in Aviation Day (GIAD); an initiative connecting the youth to aviation professionals and careers in aviation.
At Helsinki Airport, Finavia has become the first airport company in Europe to trial the use of hydrogen to power heavy airport equipment.
Two projects led by ULEMCo and Element 2 have received government funding to support the rollout of hydrogen-powered ground support vehicles.
A consortium led by Glasgow Airport and Ikigai has secured funding to explore the feasibility of a hydrogen production and distribution hub.
ZeroAvia and Absolut Hydrogen have partnered to develop liquid hydrogen production, storage and refuelling infrastructure at airports.
The Jet Zero Council has released a plan for developing zero-emission aircraft and installing the related infrastructure at UK airports.