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With 15 years of hydrogen propulsion experience across six generations of fuel cell powertrains, Germany’s H2Fly is gearing up to take the next steps: flying on liquid hydrogen and transitioning to a 40 squares. H2Fly’s test aircraft, the HY4, is being readied for long-haul flights over…
H2Fly prepares to fly liquid hydrogen fuel cell propulsion is published in Advanced Air Mobility Reporta market brief from the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) and is included in your AWIN Premium Membership.
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