The Airport Operators Magazine - Page 41

A new partnership between AGS Airports and ZeroAvia opens the prospect of hydrogen-powered aircraft operating from Glasgow Airport as early as 2025.

ZeroAvia, which describes itself as the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, has announced an agreement with AGS Airports to explore the development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure, regulatory framework requirements and resourcing required for delivering zero-emission flights from Glasgow and Aberdeen airports.

The team at AGS will work with ZeroAvia’s airport infrastructure team to assess the opportunities for hydrogen production onsite, as well as exploring potential commercial routes.

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