Birmingham Aiport in the UK has partnered with the hydrogen-electric-powered aircraft provider ZeroAvia with the idea of getting an emission-free 80-seat aircraft flying by 2027. ZeroAvia’s emissions goal would make zero-emission travel to places scattered across the Mediterranean a reality. The company is also working on creating a zer0-emission system that is capable of holding 20 people. This aircraft would be able to make emission-free trips to places like Glasgow. Aberdeen, Belfast, and Dublin.