The regional Mexican startup Aerus and Eviation Aircraft, a manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, announced they had signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for 30 commuter Alice aircraft. This is Mexico’s first airline to sign a deal for electric planes. Mexican regional...
Eviation announced that its Alice order book now exceeds $2Bn. Orders for Alice include U.S. regional airlines Cape Air, Global Crossing Airlines, and German airline operator EVIA AERO. “With almost 300 aircraft now on order, the Alice is receiving strong...
The all-electric Eviation Alice completed its first flight today at Grant County Airport in Moses Lake, Washington. This 9-seat commuter aircraft is the first electric aircraft to fly that is aimed at the regional passenger and cargo market, and currently has major...
PR release — Eviation Aircraft, a global manufacturer of all-electric commuter aircraft, and Massachusetts-based Cape Air, one of the largest commuter airlines in the United States, announced a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the purchase of 75 all-electric Alice...
Israeli start-up Eviation Aircraft has finalized the technical specifications of its electric Alice nine-seater commuter aircraft. The company is even in the process of assembling the first aircraft in its Arlington (Washington State) facilities close to Seattle. But...
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