UKCAA to shape hydrogen-powered aviation’s regulatory path with key players

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (UKCAA) has selected three hydrogen aviation players to increase industry and regulatory readiness for the introduction of the energy carrier.

Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS), Exeter Airport Consortium and ZeroAvia have been selected as part of the Hydrogen Challenge Sandbox which aims to ensure regulation is fit for purpose and to reduce challenges association with the introduction of hydrogen.

Expected to run until the end of February 2025, the UKCAA will work with the organisations to explore the hazards, risks and safety challenges within individual projects.

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