British Airways teams up with hydrogen plane developer ZeroAvia

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The hydrogen fuel cell plane undertook a successful 20-minute test flight from Cranfield Airport | Credit: ZeroAvia
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The hydrogen fuel cell plane undertook a successful 20-minute test flight from Cranfield Airport | Credit: ZeroAvia

Two firms to explore potential for shifting away from fossil fuels and harnessing hydrogen to power British Airways' future fleet

British Airways has teamed up with zero emission aircraft developer ZeroAvia for a new project aimed at exploring the potential for shifting away from fossil fuels and towards hydrogen to power the airlines'...

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