Electric Aircraft To Make Progress In 2022

Harbour Air has begun converting a second de Havilland Canada Beaver to electric propulsion.
Credit: Harbour Air Seaplanes
In Vancouver, British Columbia, Harbour Air Seaplanes has begun modifying a second de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver to electric propulsion and will begin certification flight testing in 2022. Across the border in Arlington, Washington, Eviation on Dec. 16 began taxi tests of the Alice nine-passenger...

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