Cranfield Project Will Help Electrify Microlights

Flight tests of the eKub will support the electrification of microlight recreational aircraft.
Credit: Cranfield University/The Light Aircraft Company
The first flights of an all-electric aircraft designed and built in the UK have been accomplished under a project led by Cranfield University as part of the UK government-supported Future Flight Challenge. The microlight single-seat Sherwood eKub was built by The Light Aircraft Company (TLAC) under...

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