We are growing
Our crew has grown to over 50. We are united in our passion for the dream of sustainable flying and our determination to enable zero-emission aviation iswithin this decade. We just moved to our new development center in Stuttgart with lots of space to grow and realize our vision.
Onboarding of strategic investor
H2FLY secures large funding volumes both through the onboarding of a strategic investor and a wide range of government-backed research grants.
HY4 celebrates its maiden flight. A test campaign of 32 flights over 4 days proves the scalability of H2FLYs fuel cell powertrain and demonstrates the fast-refueling capability of our hydrogen propulsion system.
Partnership with Deutsche Aircraft
Our partnership with Deutsche Aircraft to develop a hydrogen-powered Dornier 328, a 40-seat aircraft covering up to 2000 km, by 2025 is announced.
Demo flights with redundant architecture
The sixth generation of our powertrain is tested in-flight; long-endurance flight highly redundant powertrain architecture, preparing us for the coming type certification processes.
Josef Kallo and his team focus their research and found H2FLY out of University of Ulm and DLR.
The first H2-powered flight
The world’s first manned and purely hydrogen-powered aircraft takes off. Developed by a team of engineers at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Antares allows a glimpse into the future of aviation.