In 2024, H2FLY will open its Hydrogen Aviation Center at Stuttgart Airport, as a focal point for the future of Europe's aviation industry, providing fuel cell aircraft integration facilities and liquid hydrogen infrastructure.
The successful coupling tests are a step toward the upcoming ground and flight test campaign when the HY4 is expected to be the first passenger aircraft to fly with liquid hydrogen and fuel cells.
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