Hydrogen-electric powertrain Zero Avia has signed an agreement with line maintenance provider FEAM Aero, covering retrofit, maintenance and technical support. FEAM Aero already actively services fleets relevant to ZeroAvia’s second powertrain design, including Dash 8 and CRJ aircraft, and is preparing a network that ‘can support operators in converting their fleets to zero-emission propulsion systems and then provide the required maintenance support’. The company is currently the largest leading provider of aircraft line maintenance services in the US, with maintenance bases at 52 locations worldwide. “There is a big opportunity for MRO providers in this transition,” highlighted James Peck, chief

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