Airbus Spinning Off Zephyr HAPS Business


Zephyr performed a 64-day flight in the U.S. over summer 2022.

Credit: Airbus
LONDON—Airbus is spinning-off its high-altitude pseudo satellite (HAPS) business as it seeks to begin offering commercial services with its solar-powered Zephyr platform by the end of 2024. The UK-based Aalto HAPS business is a 100% Airbus-owned subsidiary that will evolve the Airbus Zephyr program...

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