ZeroAvia is the UK and USA-based company that focuses on providing zero-emission and hydrogen-electric aviation solutions to commercial aircraft. This, with 9 to 19 seats over a 500-mile distance. ZeroAvia’s commercial aircraft include passenger transport, agricultural, cargo, etc. ZeroAvia has obtained several experimental certificates as a well-known prominent company, including the CAA and FAA certificates. In addition, ZeroAvia has experienced and passed several significant flight tests that have enabled it to expand its horizons and services further.
Currently, ZeroAvia has multiple plans, including upgrading its aircraft’s engines by 2024 and 2026. ZeroAvia has ultimately expanded its operations, particularly in the UK, through obtaining grant support from the UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute. Multiple companies have sought the aviation company´s services, including Rose Cay. It recently partnered with ZeroAvia to acquire and fund hydroelectric aircraft with zero-emission and later leased them off to operators worldwide. According to this deal and agreement, Rose Cay will provide all the funds needed for the aircraft acquisition.
In contrast, ZeroAvia will give the operators hydroelectric power systems with conversion costs. In addition, ZeroAvia and Rose Cay partnership will also include building and developing aircraft infrastructure projects that will ensure hydrogen reliability and availability. According to Val Miftakhov, CEO and founder of the aviation company, working hand in hand with Rose Cay will help the company deliver aircraft with zero emission in the shortest time possible. By utilizing new and sustainable technology, ZeroAvia will acquire, convert, lease and store aircraft for operators globally without the need to build new planes.
On the recent news, ZeroAvia has successfully ground tested one of its primary and contemporary 600Kw powertrains that will be capable of flying 500 miles. This powertrain will be a 19-seat aircraft from the UK. However, the aircraft flight testing is yet to take place in the coming months of 2022. In addition, ZeroAvia is also planning on manufacturing their engines that will be twice as powerful, generating 2000 to 5000 Kw designed to accommodate a 90-seat aircraft.