Airbus have claimed they aim to produce hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes that could be in service by 2035. They have developed three ZEROe concept designs.
Unveiling its latest blueprints, Airbus said its turbofan design could
carry up to 200 passengers more than 2,000 miles, while a turboprop
concept would have a 50% lower capacity and range.
A third, &...
It appears to be a Rolls Royce Viper turbo jet engine made in 1966. The maker's mark (BSB) derives from Bristol Siddeley, formed from Armstrong Siddeley (the company that originally developed the engine) and Bristol Aero-engines. Bristol Siddeley were later taken over by Rolls Royce.