Tag: Stuttgart Airport

Watershed moment for aviation with the world’s first hydrogen-electric crewed aircraft

H2FLY, the Stuttgart, Germany-based developer of hydrogen-electric powertrain systems for aircraft, today announced it has successfully completed the world’s first piloted flight of an electric aircraft powered by liquid hydrogen. The H2FLY team has completed four flights powered by liquid hydr...

DC Aviation:10-year check successfully completed on a Global 5000

DC Aviation's maintenance center at Stuttgart Airport has successfully completed a 10-year check on a Global 5000, including an avionics and internet upgrade as well as cabin refurbishment. The extensive maintenance work included a general overhaul of the nose and main landing gear, including ins...

DC Aviation joins EBAA’s peer-networking Ambassador programme

DC Aviation, a leading Business Jet operator headquartered at Stuttgart Airport, Germany has joined the European Business Aviation Association’s (EBAA) peer-networking Ambassador programme to help address the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the business aviation industry. ...

Stuttgart airport launches new cutting-edge wheel shop

DC Aviation is launching its new cutting-edge wheel shop at its Maintenance Center at Stuttgart airport, offering its customers even more comprehensive services. These will now include repair and maintenance of main landing gear wheels and nose gear wheels. In the near future, DC Aviation will be i...

Hydrogen fuel cell aircraft Hy4 receives permit-to-fly

The world's first four-seat hydrogen fuel cell aircraft Hy4 is ready for the next stage of development – the authorities have now granted permission for test flights. The research team presented the latest generation of emission-free powertrain technology at Stuttgart Airport on Friday, December ...

DC Aviation 48-month of a Challenger 605 successfully completed

The DC Aviation maintenance centre at Stuttgart Airport has successfully completed a 48-month check on a Challenger 605. Stuttgart, July 20, 2020: DC Aviation’s Maintenance team at Stuttgart Airport has successfully completed a 48-month check on a Challenger 605. The comprehensive maintenance ...

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