ZeroAvia signs agreement with Green Aerolease for hydrogen-electric powertrains

ZeroAvia has signed an agreement with Green Aerolease to provide ZA600 hydrogen-electric engines.

The French company will use the powertrains in its lessor fleet, such as French airline Finistair, which will deploy them on its own zero-emission routes, in particular from Brittany, including Brest Bretagne airport.

However, France have recently enacted a ban on short haul domestic flights between cities that have a linked train line that takes less than two and a half hours.

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