Germany’s DLR Flies Hydrogen-Powered Four-Seater

Credit: H2Fly: DLR
The first four-seat aircraft powered by a hydrogen fuel cell has been flown by H2Fly, a consortium spun off from German aerospace center DRL. The HY4 made its first flight on Sept. 28 from Stuttgart. DLR’s goal is to further develop the zero-emissions hydrogen fuel-cell drive train for use in...

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