ZeroAvia has successfully performed the first flight of its Dornier Do-228 test aircraft, with one engine powered by an electric motor using electricity from the hydrogen fuel cell system. The flight took place out of Cotswold Airport in Gloucestershire earlier this...
American Airlines has made a strategic equity investment in Universal Hydrogen, the US-based company that is developing a hydrogen-capsule system for commercial aviation. American hasn’t disclosed the value of the investment, which, it says, fits its strategy to get...
UPDATE – A consortium in The Netherlands has received financial backing to develop a hydrogen-based regional turboprop aircraft that should be available in 2028. An artist graphic indicates that the project is based on De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400, which would...
UPDATE – US start-up Connect Airlines has bold plans for its regional operations with hydrogen-based aircraft. The carrier has announced a firm order with Universal Hydrogen for 75 converted ATR 72-600s plus 25 options. Connect expects to take delivery of the...
Let’s reflect on 2021 with a selection of pictures to highlight events of another difficult year for aviation. The year was largely dominated (again) by the pandemic, resulting in numerous travel restrictions and border closures. Domestic air travel in Russia...
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