World’s Largest Hydrogen Electric Airplane From ZeroAvia Has Taken Flight

ZeroAvia’s 19-seater plane, which is the world’s largest hydrogen electric airplane, has taken flight at a research airport in Gloucestershire, UK. The electric airplane burns green hydrogen fuel, which releases only water vapour and no CO2 or other greenhouse gases. It’s a watershed moment as the world seeks to cut the environmental impact of aviation, which generates around 2% of humanmade CO2 emissions. So what’s ZeroAvia’s mission for the future? Watch the video to learn more about ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-powered electric airplane.