At NEX, we are changing the way we think about travel: starting with what fuel we use and who regional air mobility is for. We are developing the first H2 eVTOL, making regional air mobility truly sustainable and accessible.
Our sustainably produced fuel cells contain more energy than batteries of the same mass, allowing for a much better range.
The fuel cell produces only water vapor as a byproduct, making it a clean and environmentally friendly energy source.
Compared to conventional or battery-electric drive trains, our aircraft has lower maintenance and operational costs.
Vertical and Conventional Take Off & Landing
This dual capability opens up a world of possibilities and benefits, demonstrating our commitment to pushing the boundaries of aerospace engineering.
H2 powered eVTOL
While highly complex battery-electric aircraft concepts struggle to achieve ranges beyond immediate urban areas, hydrogen allows for greater ranges and better payload.
No tilting parts
Lower mechanical complexity reduces operational cost, improves safety and streamlines certification.
We are designing our aircraft to be one of the quietest, especially during hover flight.
We bet on hydrogen, and it’s working. Our aircraft design integrated hydrogen fuel cells from day one. Hydrogen-electric propulsion systems are a key step towards achieving greater sustainability in aviation.
Founded in 2020, we have utilised innovative approaches to development: we iterate constantly, building proof that our configurations are working. In 2022, we had the first flight of our half-scale prototype. Since early 2023, we conduct flight testing with our first-generation fuel cell system.
We are developing a state-of-the-art cargo aircraft optimised for volume, payload and range. Deployed in the market by 2025, it offers zero-emission logistics. This is a key stepping stone to transform regional air mobility.
Transport essential goods efficiently with our robust capacity.
Cover vast distances that ensures timely deliveries without stops.