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17 Nov

Japan Airlines, H2FLY ink hydrogen aviation partnership

Germany’s hydrogen-fuelled aircraft developer H2FLY intends to assess the feasibility of hydrogen-electric aviation in Japan with Japan Airlines and JAL Engineering, Kallanish reports. Under an MOU signed by the parties, they will launch a joint study to evaluate the operational requirements needed for hydrogen-powered fixed-wing aircraft. Specifically, the study will evaluate the powertrain requirements and technical specifications according to the distance…
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