Universal Hydrogen

By Thierry Dubois
Will green hydrogen be produced in sufficient quantity to meet aviation’s future needs?
Emerging Technologies

By Guy Norris
The company is studying hybrid-electric helicopters, continuing its electric certification drive and pushing Dash 7 conversion for NASA’s flight demonstrator.
Emerging Technologies

Continuing an annual tradition dating back to 1957, Aviation Week Network editors honored a wide variety of industry accomplishments.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Garrett Reim
Universal Hydrogen has run its megawatt-class fuel cell powertrain testbed using fuel supplied by its liquid hydrogen module for the first time.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Thierry Dubois
Hydrogen is conspicuous by its absence from ATR's latest product development strategy that looks out over the next decade and beyond.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Fan-in-wing high-speed VTOL; JAL eyes hydrogen-electric; China’s firefighting eVTOL; Wright hybrid-electric testbed; and Islander to fly 5G.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Japan Airlines is working with startups H2Fly, Universal Hydrogen and ZeroAvia to explore the retrofit of its regional aircraft with zero-emission powertrains.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Engineering services provider AeroTEC is building expertise to maintain tomorrow’s hydrogen- and electric-powered aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
U.S. Air Force welcomes eCTOL; simulating hydrogen turnaround; China’s TCab flies eVTOL; and flying quantum sensor.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Universal Hydrogen (UH2) has demonstrated loading and unloading of its liquid hydrogen modules on an ATR 72 test aircraft at Toulouse Blagnac Airport.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Hydrogen from sunlight; Off-road hybrid carries eVTOL; Subaru’s air mobility concept; Charging electric airport vehicles.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Deployment of the mobile battery charger will also kick-start UH2’s hydrogen delivery services using its modular capsule technology.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Victoria Moores
Iceland and New Zealand both have their sights set on sustainability—and both have terrain that rules out reliance on rail travel.
Airlines & Lessors

By Guy Norris
New flight-test phase will expand flight envelope with bigger turbo-compressor and later include liquid hydrogen fuel storage modules.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
Universal Hydrogen's modified Dash 8 incorporates the hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system in place of the Pratt & Whitney PW123 turboprop on its right wing.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Graham Warwick
First-response eVTOL; Stop-fold tiltrotor; Hydrogen-electric milestone; Offshore drone delivery
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Germany’s H2Fly has completed the first flights of a hydrogen-electric aircraft using cryogenic liquid-hydrogen storage.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Graham Warwick
Both Universal Hydrogen and ZeroAvia are developing hydrogen-electric retrofits for the ATR 72.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Garrett Reim
The new location will allow the company to consolidate flight test operations closer to its headquarters, as well as hire engineers from Mojave and Los Angeles.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
Universal Hydrogen is accelerating flight tests of its De Havilland Canada Dash 8-300 hydrogen electric demonstrator.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Linda Blachly
ICAO pivots to prioritize sustainability over safety.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
The company’s unorthodox methods can be seen in its preparations for ATR 72 flight tests.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
Universal Hydrogen is making progress in the development of its hydrogen conversion kit for the ATR 72-600 regional turboprop.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Startups such as ZeroAvia and Universal Hydrogen are adapting and advancing fuel cell technology for aviation propulsion.
Emerging Technologies