Universal Hydrogen has passed an important milestone in the company’s journey to put in passenger service regional airplanes converted to fly on hydrogen in the next several years. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has accepted Universal Hydrogen’s application for a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the conversion of ATR 72 regional airliners powered by Universal Hydrogen’s patented liquid hydrogen modules and a fuel cell-electric propulsion system. Furthermore, the FAA has now issued the G-1 Issue Paper, an important document that is a key step in establishing the certification criteria, including tailoring of applicable airworthiness and environmental standards, required by the
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