Germany To Establish Hydrogen Aviation Center

Stuttgart, Germany-based H2Fly is preparing to fly its HY4 fuel cell testbed on liquid hydrogen.

Credit: H2Fly
A center for hydrogen-fueled aviation is to be established at Stuttgart Airport in Germany, supported by funding from Baden-Wuerttemberg state and managed by fuel cell propulsion system developer H2Fly. The Hydrogen Aviation Center is planned to open in late 2024 and provide a facility where...

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