ZeroAvia has signed an agreement with Textron Aviation to develop hydrogen-electric, zero-emission powertrains for the Cessna Grand Caravan (208B) aircraft. ZeroAvia plans to obtain a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) by 2025 to retrofit the turboprop with the ZA600 zero-emission powertrain, targeting commercial passenger and cargo operators. Val Miftakhov, CEO, ZeroAvia, said: “The famous Cessna Grand Caravan is on track to be one the first airframes operating commercial services both cargo and passenger with hydrogen-electric, zero-emission engines. We applaud the visionary leadership of Textron Aviation in joining us to help transform a much-loved mainstay of sub-regional aviation into a symbol of sustainable
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