The Week In Technology, Sept. 28-Oct. 2

ZeroAvia’s Piper M350 testbed
Modified with hydrogen-electric fuel-cell propulsion, ZeroAvia’s Piper M350 testbed completed a short hop at Cranfield Airport on Sept. 24.
Credit: ZeroAvia
ZeroAvia Flies on Hydrogen Fuel Cells Hydrogen-electric propulsion startup ZeroAvia has completed the first fuel-cell-powered flight of its testbed aircraft. Described as the largest hydrogen-electric aircraft yet to fly, the modified six-seat Piper M350 completed a circuit of Cranfield Airport...

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