'The next era of aviation': Eviation hails first electric 'commuter' plane flight

Michael Holder
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Credit: Eviation Aircraft

US battery plane developer is aiming to have its first zero emission aircraft commercially operating within five years

Eviation Aircraft has hailed the first flight of its zero emission, battery-powered 'commuter and cargo' plane in the US earlier this week as "a historic day and major milestone in electric aviation"....

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