|28/03/2022||Press Release:||The Electric Aviation Group has signed a 'Term Sheet' in principle with Spirit AeroSystems (Europe) Limited (UK) to collaborate on the development of technologies to support zero-emission flight|
EAG hopes its aircraft and the enabling technologies will become a blueprint for future larger and smaller green aircraft. It could be the foundation to secure a leading share in the sustainable mass air transportation market.
|22/12/2021||Press Release:||Electric Aviation Group and University of Nottingham partner on electric propulsion systems|
Atkins' Aerospace team will provide EAG with multi-layered strategic business and technical support as it commercialises its unique hybrid hydrogen-electric technology.
A UK engineering firm has revealed plans for a 70-seat hybrid aircraft, with airborne battery regeneration, gear-assisted take-off run and short take-off performance. The in-service target is 2028.