H2Fly Goes Cross-Country On Hydrogen-Electric Power

Cross-country flights of the HY4 will help H2Fly gain operating experience with hydrogen-electric propulsion.
Credit: H2Fly
German hydrogen propulsion startup H2Fly has claimed the first flight by a hydrogen-powered passenger aircraft between two commercial airports after flying its four-seat HY4 testbed from its base in Stuttgart to Friedrichshafen for display at the upcoming Aero Friedrichshafen show. The 77-mi. cross...

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