Air New Zealand announced four manufacturers of new technology aircraft that it will be working with as a part of its “Mission Next Gen Programme.” The goal of that program is to test a new technology demonstrator flight in 2026 and, if successful, have...
Eviation announced an LoI for 20 Alice for Northern Territory Air Services (NTAS), an Australian scheduled airline and charter aircraft operator. NTAS is based in Alice Springs. The airline links passengers arriving and departing from Alice Springs, Uluru, and Mt....
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...
Dutch start-up Maeve Aerospace thinks it can hit the sweet spot with its full electric 44-seater that would perfectly fit in between net zero aircraft that other OEMs are planning to bring to the market. With the potential to grow the design, the Maeve would be more...
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...
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