Flapper and Destinus to work on hydrogen-powered flights

In regards to future intentions to create routes for express air freight in Latin America and Europe, Flapper has signed a statement of intent with Destinus.

To more effectively and sustainably link the world, the companies have agreed to work together on a mission. Destinus will allow for the transfer of precious and essential items at speeds five times quicker than the fastest commercial airplane of today.

In addition, the airplane will use hydrogen as its fuel, which will result in zero carbon emissions. About 30 percent of Flapper’s revenue comes from its cargo division, which facilitates the global shipment of commodities such emergency replacement parts, medical gear, financial services, luxury goods, mining supplies, and diplomatic materials.