ZeroAvia is a leader in zero-emission aviation, flying the world’s largest hydrogen-electric aircraft since the autumn of 2020. Its focus is the design and commercialisation of hydrogen-powered propulsion solutions to address a variety of markets, initially targeting short-haul 19-passenger commercial flights up to 500 miles, air taxis, package delivery and more. Based in London and Hollister, California, ZeroAvia’s current programmes include a six-seat Piper M Class aircraft and a 19-seat Dornier 228. The company’s six-seat programme is partially funded through a grant from the UK’s Aerospace Research and Technology programme (HyFlyer I & II project). To date, ZeroAvia has secured a a UK CAA E-Conditions and FAA experimental certificate, passed significant flight tests, and is on track for commercial operations expected by 2023.