Take-off? Study predicts commercial hydrogen planes could be in the skies within 10 years

Michael Holder
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ZeroAvia's Piper M-Class six-seater hydrogen fuel cell aircraft | Credit: ZeroAvia
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ZeroAvia's Piper M-Class six-seater hydrogen fuel cell aircraft | Credit: ZeroAvia

With supportive investment and policy signals H2-powered flight could emerge as a major player for short-medium journeys within 10-15 years, study estimates

Hydrogen-powered planes have "significant, and so far underestimated" potential to become a major force in the future of flight, and to thereby help reduce the aviation sector's growing impact on the climate,...

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