ZeroAvia Chooses Washington For Dash 8 Hydrogen Propulsion Work

Alaska Dash 8 with ZeroAvia propulsion
ZeroAvia has partnered with Alaska Air Group to convert the Dash 8-400 to hydrogen-electric propulsion
Credit: ZeroAvia
Zero-emissions propulsion developer ZeroAvia has selected Paine Field, near Everett in Washington state, as the location for a flight research center to support development of a hydrogen-electric powertrain for the De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 regional turboprop. Seattle-based Alaska Air Group in...

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