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© Aviation H2

Aviation H2 to acquire engines for hydrogen conversion

Australian-based Aviation H2, has gained further traction in its pursuit of creating what it says to be Australia’s first hydrogen-powered plane by mid 2023.

The company announced last Wednesday (June 1), that it is set to acquire three engines to test its hydrogen-powered technology in the next four to six weeks.

H2 View understands the flight operator, FalconAir, is currently ensuring the engines meet Aviation H2’s requirements.

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