Electric plane’s ‘milestone’ first UK test flight at Cranfield

A six-seater electrical aircraft, stated to be Europe’s largest emission-free plane, has accomplished its first UK take a look at flight.

Powered by hydrogen, the Piper Malibu flew a number of brief journeys from Cranfield Airport in Bedfordshire, as a part of a challenge funded by the UK authorities.

Producer ZeroAvia stated it hoped to have a model with 50-100 seats prepared by the top of the last decade.

Chief govt Val Miftakhov stated: “This take a look at flight is the most recent in a collection of milestones that strikes the potential for zero-emission flight nearer to actuality.”


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