ZeroAvia to provide hydrogen-electric conversion kits for ASL Aviation

With hydrogen gaining more and more traction in the aviation sector, ZeroAvia and ASL Aviation Holdings have signed an agreement to develop hydrogen-electric engine conversions for ATR72 aircraft.

As a result of this agreement revealed today (Nov 9), ZeroAvia will supply the resources to convert up to 10 of ASL’s ATR72 freighter aircraft to provide a zero-emission solution for cargo operations.

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