Norway conducted its first electric-aircraft flight under an initiative to electrify domestic aviation by 2040. The project is supported by the government, led by state-owned airport operator Avinor, and partners are airlines Wideroe and SAS, the Norwegian Association of Air Sports and climate foundation ZERO. “The Norwegian government has tasked Avinor with developing a program that paves the way for the introduction of electric aircraft in commercial aviation,” Ketil ...

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