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© ZeroAvia

ZeroAvia partners with AGS Airports to bring hydrogen-powered flights to Scotland

Hydrogen-powered aviation looks set to arrive in Scotland, as ZeroAvia today (November 2) announced it will collaborate with AGS Airports on hydrogen fuel infrastructure and launching zero-emission routes from Aberdeen and Glasgow airports.

H2 View understands, the agreement will see the partners explore the development of hydrogen airport fuel infrastructure, regulatory framework requirements, and resourcing required for delivering hydrogen-powered flights from Aberdeen and Glasgow.

AGS, who owns and operates Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Southampton airports, is set to work with ZeroAvia to assess the opportunities for hydrogen production onsite, as well as exploring potential commercial routes.

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