Advanced Air Mobility Briefs
Reaction Engines is to develop an ultra-low-drag heat rejection system to cool the hydrogen-fuel-cell power train that will be installed in a nine-passenger Britten-Norman Islander and flown in late 2022 under the UK-funded Project Fresson led by Cranfield Aerospace Solutions. China’s EHang has...
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