ZeroAvia receives order for 250 hydrogen-electric powertrains for regional flight in the US

ZeroAvia has announced it will deliver 250 hydrogen-electric ZA2000 engines to Flyshare, operating under the name of Air Cahana.

The Californian-based company will use ZeroAvia’s powertrains for turboprop operations providing regional air service in California and the US’ West Coast.

Air Cahana will deliver sustainable flights, first with sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) and then adopt to zero emission propulsion technology as the technology enters the market.

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