Oct. 23, 2019

The trend in electric aircraft continues to rise as the industry looks to develop more efficient and sustainable systems. Michael Ballas of Astronics looks at how the increased interest in electric aircraft is impacting the business aviation industry in this NBAA TV Live interview.

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Jan/Feb 2024

Dr. Anita Sengupta: Hydrogen Electric Aircraft Are Coming

The award-winning founder and CEO of Hydroplane Ltd. describes her mission to provide electric aviation with a platform that offers regional range.
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October 17, 2023

NBAA-BACE Newsmakers Lunch: Hybrid Electric Aircraft Coming Soon

Industry visionaries leading the development of hybrid and electric aircraft propulsion joined the FAA’s head of aviation safety, for a Newsmakers Lunch panel on the opening day of the 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas.
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July/August 2022

Advancing Toward an Electrified Future

The push is on to develop technologies that will enable greener flying.
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October 14, 2021

NBAA-BACE: Despite Challenges, Developers See Blue Skies Ahead for AAM

Companies developing advanced air mobility vehicles are energized by the possibilities the technology offers, and by how close the industry is to realizing its promise within the next few years.
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