ZeroAvia To Use Alaska Airlines Turboprop For Hydrogen Powertrain Testing

The Alaska Air Group this week announced that it is partnering with ZeroAvia to develop a 3MW+ hydrogen-electric powertrain for 76-seat zero-emission aircraft. The Seattle-based company, which owns Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, is incorporating its system into a De Havilland DHC-8-400.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://simpleflying.com/zeroavia-alaska-turboprop-hydrogen/
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Since I have liked seeing updates about reducing emissions in aviation, I feel obligated to share this with everyone. If it already hasn’t been made clear enough already, I believe Hydrogen is the future of aviation because batteries weigh too much. But this certainly has the potential to be intresting.