Reports: Norway targets electric power for all short haul flights by 2040

Madeleine Cuff
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Reports: Norway targets electric power for all short haul flights by 2040

Country's airport operator Avinor says all flights under 1.5 hours in length should be made in 100 per cent electric aircraft

Norway is aiming to be the first country in the world to switch to 100 per cent electric planes for short-haul flights, the country's airport operator Avinor has announced. Norway's national broadcaster...

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