MTU, EASA Work On Fuel Cell Certification

DLR and MTU plan to fly a 500-kW hydrogen fuel cell power train in a Dornier 228 testbed in 2026.
Germany’s MTU Aero Engines has partnered with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to develop certification requirements for hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft. MTU is already working with Germany aerospace center DLR to develop a fuel-cell power train for flight demonstration in a Dornier...

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