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  • Writer's pictureDrea Hickman

Fueling Progress: How Hydrogen Aviation is Paving the Way for a More Inclusive World

This month, we celebrate the contributions of Black Americans to the aviation industry and beyond. From the Tuskegee Airmen to Bessie Coleman, we salute those who have made a lasting impact on the world of flight.

At HYSKY Society, we believe that the future of aviation is one that is not only sustainable but also inclusive. That's why we're dedicated to advancing hydrogen aviation in the U.S. and beyond, with a focus on creating a more diverse and accessible aviation industry.

Hydrogen-powered aviation has the potential to revolutionize the way we travel by providing a more sustainable and efficient mode of transportation. But it also has the potential to break down barriers and increase diversity in the aviation industry.

Traditional aviation training programs are often prohibitively expensive, making it difficult for marginalized communities to access them. But with the rise of hydrogen-powered aviation and its simplified control systems, it's possible that the cost of aviation training could be reduced, making it more accessible to a wider range of people, including those from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.

By investing in the development and adoption of hydrogen aviation technology, we have the opportunity to create a more inclusive and diverse aviation industry. It is critical to the future of the aviation workforce that everyone is included in this community and no one is left behind.

At HYSKY Society, we're committed to making this vision a reality. Through partnerships with industry leaders, events like FLYING HY, and community outreach and education, we're working to accelerate the development and adoption of hydrogen aviation technology and listening to every voice. Aviation is for all of us.

This month, as we honor the contributions of Black Americans to the aviation industry, we also commit to a future where hydrogen aviation fuels progress and paves the way for a more inclusive world. Join HYSKY Society today and be part of a community that's shaping the future of sustainable and inclusive aviation.

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Jim Falasco
Jim Falasco
24 feb 2023

Bessie Coleman was a color outside the lines type. When no one would teach her to fly in the US she went to France for aviation training and cabaret action. The Tuskegee Airmen were initially an experiment that proved a winning approach as dipicted in the classic movie "Red Tails". Both stories teach us hard work eventially pays off. So what will trigger the same type of compelling events within the hydrogen dialog? Certainly not ongoing dialog but project driven focus .


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Danielle McLean
Danielle McLean
01 mar 2023
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Yes I couldn’t agree more!

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