ZeroAvia Conducts First Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Flight 

Paying passengers could be boarding a truly zero-emission flight very soon, ZeroAvia CEO Val Miftakhov says.
Credit: ZeroAvia
LONDON—Green aviation start-up ZeroAvia has completed the first flight of its hydrogen fuel cell-powered Piper M350 test aircraft. ZeroAvia claims the short hop—which saw the aircraft taxi, take off and perform a pattern circuit to land at Cranfield, England—on Sept. 24 represents the first fuel...

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