Alex Kroll Chief Test Pilot Universal Hydrogen


Alex Kroll is a former USAF Test Pilot and holds a BS and MS in Aerospace Engineering, an MBA, and an MS in Flight Test Engineering. He is a Distinguished Graduate of USAF Test Pilot School, with 2400 hours of flight time in over 40 different aircraft. Alex has almost a decade of formal flight test pedigree, and experience working with major defense contractors on test programs from software upgrades and weapon integration to clean sheet aircraft robust flight testing, focusing on test safety and efficiency.

Alex is currently the the Chief Test Pilot at Universal Hydrogen, has flown and is further developing modular hydrogen fuel cell propulsion systems for regional turboprop aircraft.

Alex also holds an Air Transport Pilot certificate and is type rated in the B737, DHC-8, and F-16.