Three conforming eFlyer 2 aircraft will be used in the test program to achieve final FAA certification, and the first is now being built by experimental aircraft experts Composites Universal Group.
Bye Aerospace already has sales agreements for over 700 eFlyer aircraft, and has opted to equip these with Safran's ENGINeUS 100 smart electric motor with fully integrated motor controller.
|02/11/2020||Press Release:||Bye Aerospace signs key agreements with Aerospace9|
|10/08/2020||Press Release:||Bye Aerospace selects Aviation Safety Resources to develop next-generation parachute recovery system for eFlyer 2|
|13/07/2020||Press Release:||Bye Aerospace closes $10 million in funding|