ZeroAvia Development Aircraft Damaged in Landing Accident

Credit: Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue
ZeroAvia’s plans to demonstrate long-distance hydrogen fuel cell-powered flight have been set back after its demonstrator aircraft was involved in a landing accident. The company’s Piper Malibu research and development aircraft made an off-airport landing at Cranfield Airport, England, on April 29...

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