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New aviation centre to manufacture hydrogen aircraft in Washington

New aviation centre to manufacture hydrogen aircraft in Washington

Hydrogen-converted Dash-8 regional turboprop aircraft are set to be manufactured at a new hydrogen aviation test and service centre at Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington.

Universal Hydrogen, magniX, Plug Power and AeroTEC on Wednesday (August 4) unveiled the new centre which will support the hydrogen Dash-8 to start commercial service in 2025.

The hydrogen-powered aircraft has already received a considerable amount of attention, with early adaptors of the zero-carbon emission technology include Ravn Alaska, Icelandair and Spain’s Air Nostrum.

All of the above have inked letters of intent with Universal Hydrogen to convert existing and future fleets to a hydrogen powertrain, and for long-term hydrogen fuel supply contracts using Universal Hydrogen’s modular capsule distribution network.

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