William Brown Hydrogen Jet Can Go Anywhere On Earth Without Refueling

American designer William Brown has developed the concept of a new environmentally friendly aircraft on hydrogen fuel, which will fly to any point on Earth without refueling. Brown dedicated his new creation of the company Lockheed Martin, one of the largest developers of aircraft, so because of that aircraft named Lockheed Stratoliner.The designer’s page on Yanko Design says the Lockheed Stratoliner is a hydrogen jet that uses oversized wings to create extra lift for extended high-altitude flights. The design was inspired by the Bar-tailed Godwit, an Australian bird that holds the record for the longest nonstop flight (7,258 miles from Alaska to Australia without feeding). Like the Godwit, the Stratoliner can go anywhere in the world without refueling.

Four Cryogenic Hydrogen Turbofan engines power flight with zero emissions and can operate in a low-power state similar to that of fighter jets, saving a substantial amount of fuel. All that boils down to an eco-friendly aircraft that can fly anywhere on earth without a pit stop.