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KLM Flight Academy Purchases 14 eFlyer Airplanes

Bye Aerospace Shares Intentions For The Future

KLM Flight Academy, located at Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands, has finalized  purchase deposits for six all-electric eFlyer 2 and eight all-electric eFlyer 4 airplanes, says Bye Aerospace.

“We are honored to add the first major airline’s flight academy, KLM Flight Academy, to our expanding list of eFlyer customers,” said George E. Bye, CEO of Bye Aerospace. “In addition to helping them become carbon-neutral, eFlyers will help the academy significantly reduce the noise signature in the Eelde area. Bye Aerospace celebrates KLM Flight Academy’s rich history and offer them warm congratulations on their 75th anniversary.”

“Today we celebrate our history, but more importantly, we look to the future,” said Bart de Vries, Managing Director of KLM Flight Academy. “We are excited to become part of the eFlyer development of Bye Aerospace and look forward to becoming a zero-emission flight academy in support of our parent company’s development and strategy.”

The intention of the eFlyer aircraft family is to become the first FAA- certified, practical, all electric airplanes to serve flight training needs and those of the general aviation markets.

All aspects of development for the companies present and future aircrafts from engineering, research and electric aircraft solutions are geared towards addressing pressing market need.

The eFlyer family of aircraft includes many benefits that range from lower operating costs, to no CO2 emissions and decreased noise. Bye Aerospace says that eventually the eFlyer will eliminate the release of CO2 into the atmosphere by each year, continuing to deliver their aircraft that will ultimately replace conventional general aviation fleets. 

FMI: https://byeaerospace.com

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