Aerospace Industry Looks Towards Low-Emission Future Written 19 July 2022


Eviation Alice at Paris Air Show 2019. | Credit: Matti Blume; Wikipedia; CC BY-SA 4.0

BBC News reports that the aerospace industry is looking into electrified engines as a low-emissions option. Start-up Faradair “is planning to develop and sell a hybrid-electric passenger plane, aimed at the regional aviation market. It would have up to 19 seats and would be propelled by a fan driven by an electric motor. The necessary electricity would be provided by a small gas turbine.” Wright Electric’s the e-Genius and Eviation’s Alice are other similar aircraft.
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