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[http://compositesmanufacturingmagazine.com/2016/10/worlds-first-four-seater-hydrogen-fuel-cell-plane-first-flight/ World’s First Four-Seater Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plane Has First Flight] Evan Milberg; Composites Manufacturing; 17 Oct 2016
 
[http://compositesmanufacturingmagazine.com/2016/10/worlds-first-four-seater-hydrogen-fuel-cell-plane-first-flight/ World’s First Four-Seater Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plane Has First Flight] Evan Milberg; Composites Manufacturing; 17 Oct 2016
: The HY4 – the world’s first four-seater hydrogen fuel cell plane took off for the first time at the Stuttgart airport in Germany.  The plane, which impressed visitors at Hannover Messe earlier this year, was developed by researchers from the German Aerospace Center (known in German under the acronym DLR) with help from Hydrogenics, Pipistrel, H2FLY, the University of Ulm and Stuttgart Airport. DLR made the hydrogen fuel cell power train, which consists of a hydrogen storage system, a low-temperature hydrogen fuel cell and a battery. The hydrogen is carried in two high-pressure tanks, made of carbon fiber, located in each of two fuselages by the passenger cabin.
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{{Quote|The HY4 – the world’s first four-seater hydrogen fuel cell plane took off for the first time at the Stuttgart airport in Germany.  The plane, which impressed visitors at Hannover Messe earlier this year, was developed by researchers from the German Aerospace Center (known in German under the acronym DLR) with help from Hydrogenics, Pipistrel, H2FLY, the University of Ulm and Stuttgart Airport. DLR made the hydrogen fuel cell power train, which consists of a hydrogen storage system, a low-temperature hydrogen fuel cell and a battery. The hydrogen is carried in two high-pressure tanks, made of carbon fiber, located in each of two fuselages by the passenger cabin.}}
: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgcP59MaJec video] HY4 - technology; YouTube; 15 May 2016
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<youtube>wgcP59MaJec</youtube><br>HY4 - technology; 15 May 2016

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World’s First Four-Seater Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plane Has First Flight Evan Milberg; Composites Manufacturing; 17 Oct 2016

The HY4 – the world’s first four-seater hydrogen fuel cell plane took off for the first time at the Stuttgart airport in Germany. The plane, which impressed visitors at Hannover Messe earlier this year, was developed by researchers from the German Aerospace Center (known in German under the acronym DLR) with help from Hydrogenics, Pipistrel, H2FLY, the University of Ulm and Stuttgart Airport. DLR made the hydrogen fuel cell power train, which consists of a hydrogen storage system, a low-temperature hydrogen fuel cell and a battery. The hydrogen is carried in two high-pressure tanks, made of carbon fiber, located in each of two fuselages by the passenger cabin.


HY4 - technology; 15 May 2016