KLM and AeroDelft aim to prepare hydrogen-powered aircraft for takeoff

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KLM and students from Delft University of Technology embark on research project to demonstrate the potential of hydrogen-powered aviation

Dutch airline KLM has announced it is working with students from Delft University of Technology to build a hydrogen-powered aircraft as part of a partnership designed to put the airline "at the forefront...

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