Otto Eyes Hydrogen-Powered Version Of Unconventional Celera

A low-drag, high-aspect-ratio wing and extensive drag-reducing laminar flow over the wing, fuselage and tail significantly reduce the Celera’s energy consumption.
Credit: Otto Aviation
A collaboration between startups Otto Aviation and ZeroAvia could lead to one of the first clean-sheet aircraft with hydrogen-electric propulsion. The companies have partnered to study the feasibility of applying ZeroAvia’s 600-kW ZA600 fuel-cell powertrain to Otto’s planned 19-seat Celera 750L. “We...

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