ZeroAvia Adds Caravan To Hydrogen-Electric Conversion Plans

Zero-emission Caravan seaplanes would fly guests across the Red Sea Project tourist destination in Saudi Arabia.
Credit: ZeroAvia
First flown in 1982 and still in production almost 40 years later, the Cessna Caravan is playing a key role in the introduction of advanced air mobility (AAM) and alternative propulsion. Electric and hybrid-electric conversions are in development, and ZeroAvia has struck an agreement to explore a...

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