Birmingham Airport Partners With ZeroAvia For Zero-Emission Passenger Flights


Sergey Kiselev (left), ZeroAvia's chief business officer, and Simon Richards, Birmingham Airport's chief finance and sustainability officer, stand in front of ZeroAvia's modified Dornier 228.

Credit: Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport (BHX) has signed a partnership agreement with ZeroAvia to focus on introducing on-airfield hydrogen refueling and regular domestic passenger flights using zero-emission aircraft. ZeroAvia’s first trial flight of a 19-seater passenger aircraft powered by hydrogen fuel cells took...
David Casey

David Casey is Editor in Chief of Routes, the global route development community's trusted source for news and information.

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