ZeroAvia and Birmingham Airport (BHX) have announced a partnership to support zero-emission, hydrogen-powered air travel.
ZeroAvia is collaborating with Shell and Rotterdam The Hague Airport to enable commercial hydrogen-powered passenger flights by 2025.
H2FLY and Stuttgart Airport have announced a project to construct a Hydrogen Aviation Centre at Stuttgart Airport in Baden-Württemberg.
Air Products Qudra has signed an agreement with Saudi Ground Services to supply its 'Hydrogen for Mobility' solution at Dammam Airport (DMM).
Airbus and ArianeGroup are building the first liquid hydrogen refuelling facility at Toulouse–Blagnac Airport (TLS) for the ZEROe aircraft.
Manchester Airport aims to become the first UK airport to have a direct supply of low carbon hydrogen fuel due to a collaboration with HyNet.
AGS Airports is collaborating with ZeroAvia to explore the development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure for delivering zero-emission flights.