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ZeroAvia: Hydrogen-electric flights between the Netherlands and UK to enter service by 2024
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ZeroAvia: Hydrogen-electric flights between the Netherlands and UK to enter service by 2024

Hydrogen-electric commercial flights will enter service between London, UK, and Rotterdam, the Netherlands, as early as 2024, ZeroAvia revealed today (Oct 27).

The route, which will fly to The Hague Airport (RHTA), will use a 19-seater aircraft to fly passengers to and from the two nations with this potentially regarded as the first international commercial operation in the world.

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ZeroAvia has said that the aircraft will fly entirely on hydrogen with Royal Schiphol Group, Rotterdam the Hague Innovation Airport, and ZeroAvia collaborating to make this commercial flight a reality.

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