British Airways leads $24.3m investment in hydrogen aircraft developer ZeroAvia

Michael Holder
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ZeroAvia claims its hydrogen-electric technology could be commercially available as soon as 2024 | Credit: British Airways / ZeroAvia
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ZeroAvia claims its hydrogen-electric technology could be commercially available as soon as 2024 | Credit: British Airways / ZeroAvia

Shell and Systemiq also among investors in developer which aims to begin operating first commercial-scale 50-seater aircraft by 2026

Hydrogen-electric flight specialist ZeroAvia has secured further financial backing to help accelerate the development of its first 50+ seater zero emissions aircraft, with British Airways (BA), Shell Ventures,...

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