Hydrogen is being hailed as the saviour for commercial aviation as the world strives for zero emissions. The technology remains in its infancy but of late has been boosted by a barrage of liquidity as ESG investing increases in popularity. And plans are advancing. ZeroAvia has released today that is planning the first zero emission commercial passenger flights between Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTHA) and London with a 19-seater aircraft in 2024. The aircraft, currently under development by ZeroAvia, will fly entirely on hydrogen. ZeroAvia, Royal Schiphol Group, Rotterdam The Hague Innovation Airport Foundation and the airport are partnering on

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