Is There A Future At Sea For Regional Aviation?

Regent envisions regional networks of seagliders connecting coastal airports and cities.
Credit: Regent
Electric aircraft startups are challenging conventional thinking about aviation and one of the more dramatic examples is Regent’s belief that seagoing wing-in-ground-effect vehicles flying between coastal cities could complement and even replace traditional regional air transportation. Boston-based...

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