New Delhi, March 4 -- Aircraft maker Airbus SE is working on the next generation of aeroplanes that will rely on hydrogen as the primary source of power. While still in a concept stage these planes will be the successors of the company's hugely popular A320 family airplanes, and will usher in an era of clean flying said Jean-Brice Dumont, Executive Vice President (Engineering) at Airbus and a member of the company's Executive Committee to Mint in an interview. Edited excerpts

What's the update on the development of 'ZEROe' planes?

We would bring to service zero emission aircraft by 2035. We haven't given a specific market segment because we are working on technologies to make this development possible. Our focus is to have hydrogen as f...