The hydrogen fuel cell powered commercial grade aircraft by ZeroAvia completed its maiden flight, this week. The flight is capable of carrying the six numbers of passengers in it. The ZeroAvia’s six-seater Piper M-class aircraft took the flight in the skies over England. The aircraft is modernized by the device that combines both hydrogen and oxygen to generate electricity.
ZeroAvia told that this type of hydrogen fuel cell-powered flight is the world’s first in its category. However, many such hydrogen fuel planes that can carry passengers do exist. This includes the HY4 aircraft, which came in 2016, that was able to carry four people at a time.
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