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Thu, Jun 27, 2013

GreenWing International To Produce Yuneec-Powered Aircraft

Introduces The eSpyder And e430 Electric Airplanes

Yuneec International, which first displayed at AirVenture 2009, is becoming a well-known name in circles following the development of electric-powered aircraft. And while the Jiangsu-based company (just north of Shanghai) will continue to focus on developing the most advanced and most reliable technologies for electric motors and power systems, GreenWing International (GWI) has been announced as the producer of the eSpyder and e430 electric aircraft.

"GreenWing International is a new company created to specialize in the emerging electric aviation market. We are proud to announce that GWI has been created to market the eSpyder and e430 aircraft, and bring the revolution of electric flight to the global general aviation market,” said GreenWing International CEO, Tian Yu. Since the first flights of its electric powered planes in 2009, Yuneec has been advancing its electric propulsion technologies, and all GWI aircraft will be powered by Yuneec electric propulsion systems.

GreenWing International will be bringing several eSpyder aircraft to the AirVenture 2013 event in July for ground and flight display. The single seat eSpyder is nearing completion for initial production runs after undergoing extensive development and flight testing during the past year. GreenWing International will be located in booths 406 & 417 at AirVenture 2013 where the new company will provide additional news about the start of the era of electric powered flight. Daily flying demos of the eSpyder are also planned during AirVenture at the Ultralight Area runway.

(eSpyder image provided by GreenWing)



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