ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport enter partnership for hydrogen-powered flights

ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport (BHX) have entered into a long-term partnership for zero-emission flights.

Under the partnership, the pair will develop on-airfield hydrogen refuelling and regular domestic passenger flights of zero-emission aircraft.

ZeroAvia – which recently completed its first test flight – is working on bringing to market a zero-emission system capable of flying 20-seat aircraft 300 nautical miles by 2025.

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