The UK’s Isles of Scilly to gain hydrogen-powered flights

Hydrogen-powered flights to the UK’s Isles of Scilly is the primary vision of a new letter of intent (LOI) revealed today (Oct 28) between Isles of Scilly Steamship Group (ISSG), Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) and its partner Britten-Norman.

The collaborators, under Project Fresson, will not only look at utilising hydrogen-powered flight to the island, but will additionally integrate hydrogen fuel cell technology.

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