Deutsche Aircraft (Deutsche) has delivered a D328 to the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), for a step-by-step conversion into a flying testbed.   The procurement, conversion and use as a flying testbed is part of the UpLift project for research into technologies for the use of hydrogen in aviation. By converting the D328, a classic regional aircraft, into a flying testbed, a bridge will be built between research and practice.  DLR will act as the project manager for UpLift. “With UpLift, aviation experts have a significant opportunity to join forces across science and industry, further contributing and accelerating sustainable aviation,” says Jasmin

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