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First Boeing Fuel Cell Aircraft Flights Successful

The plane was modified to include a hybrid battery and fuel cell system developed by UK firm Intelligent Energy.

Published: 06-Apr-2008

The small, propeller-driven craft, developed by aviation giant Boeing, made three short flights at an airfield south of Madrid, the company said.

It was powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which produce only heat and water as exhaust products.

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