Green Hydrogen has another possibility for being used as aviation fuel. Recent developments and researches from Companies like Airbus and Boeing, and other research institutes for hydrogen-fueled planes, vector for the Green hydrogen aviation fuel seem promising.
Hydrogen can either be burned in a jet engine, or other kinds of the internal combustion engine, or can be used to power a fuel cell to generate electricity to power a propeller. Unlike most aircraft, which use wings for storing fuel, hydrogen aircraft are usually designed with the hydrogen fuel tanks carried inside the fuselage. Green hydrogen can be stored in the airports or can be produced on-site making airports hub for aviation fuel becoming a strategic supplier of hydrogen and hydrogen storage.