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March 08, 2023

Airborne 03.08.23: All-Electric eDA40, Yellow Ribbon Honors, Turbulence Fatality

 Airborne 03.08.23: All-Electric eDA40, Yellow Ribbon Honors, Turbulence Fatality

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Diamond Aircraft and Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT) have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) expressing the two entities’ intention to jointly explore and develop means by which flight-training may be undertaken more sustainably. Among the most emotional and poignant traditions of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) annual AirVenture fly-in will again be observed in 2023. One-hundred Vietnam War veterans will be honored on 28 July with a Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight by which t

KinectAir Chooses Electra eSTOL for PNW Network

Booking Operator Sees Gap in Regional Connectivity Perfect for eSTOL Aircraft

KinectAir provides an easy, streamlined system to book charter and advanced mobility services, and their work so far has shown an underutilized network of 5,200 regional airports and strong demand for sub-500 mile service. The partnership between Electra and KinectAir will aim to provide simple, easy, convenient access to point-to-point air travel by leveraging a combination of flexible infrastructure and underutilized airports.

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Successul Vertiia Test Flight Yields Interest

Australian eVTOL Sees Development with Air Ambulance Operator CareFlight

AMSL, an Australian eVTOL company, has seen increased interest following its February test flight of the all-electric Vertiia. The multirotor aircraft is slated to have a range somewhere in the neighborhood of 250 km (~155 sm) and a cruise speed up to 300 km/h (161 kts) in its first battery-powered form. Eventually, AMSL plans to release a hydrogen-powered iteration of the Vertiia for increased range and quick refueling. The operator plans to begin Vertiia operations sometime in t 2026, with a 1 pilot/4 passenger layout in the standard model, and a cargo version with a 500 kg (1,102 lb) payload.

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