Germany's Stuttgart Airport Will Be Home to a Hydrogen Aviation Center
With almost $6 million in funding from the German state of Baden-Württemberg, hydrogen propulsion specialist H2Fly will build and manage a facility to support the development of hydrogen-powered aircraft.
Officials from H2Fly, Deutsche Aircraft, Stuttgart Airport, the state of Baden-Württemberg and the German government launch the development of the new Hydrogen Aviation Center.
Left to right: Nico Buchholz, chief commercial officer of Deutsche Aircraft, Winfried Hermann, Baden-Württemberg’s transport minister, Anna Christmann, federal government coordinator of German Aerospace Policy, Winfried Kretschmann, minister-president of Baden-Württemberg, Josef Kallo, co-founder and CEO of H2Fly, and Walter Schoefer, CEO of Flughafen Stuttgart. (Image: Flughafen Stuttgart/H2FLY/Maks Richter]