Will aviation be electrified? The answer among industry executives is an overwhelming “yes,” but in different ways, on different time frames, in different markets. As the technologies for electric propulsion advance, it is becoming clear one size will not fit all—and that may be a good thing. Civil-aircraft propulsion today is stratified broadly into piston engines for short-range general aviation (GA), turboprops and small turbofans for regional and business aviation, and ...

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