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$30m in extra funding for ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-powered flight plans
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$30m in extra funding for ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-powered flight plans
©ZeroAvia

$30m in extra funding for ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-powered flight plans

ZeroAvia has received a further $30m in funding to develop its 2-5MW hydrogen-electric powertrain programme, aiming to power 40-80 seat aircraft by 2026.

Barclays Sustainable Impact Capital, NEOM, AENU, joined the investment, with International Airlines Group (IAG) adding to its prior investment, closing the Series B round to $68m.

Read more: ZeroAvia receives extra $35m investment boost to continue development of its hydrogen powertrain technology for aircraft

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