Hydrogen aircraft fuel cell developer H2FLY and Stuttgart Airport are to co-found a “Center of Excellence for Hydrogen in Aviation”. The centre will be based at the airport and is to be “purpose-built” for developing and testing hydrogen-electric propulsion for passenger aviation. To be managed by H2FLY will manage the operation, which is to be in a hangar, and “will provide a central facility where businesses and scientific institutes can develop state-of-the-art concepts in zero-emission hydrogen-electric aviation, and then test them on the ground and in the air within the airport environment.” Such infrastructure, H2FLY said, “will enable the development
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