Cape Air Eyes Role In Transition To Electric Aviation

Cape Air foresees its introduction of the Tecnam P2012 leading to fielding of the manufacturer’s all-electric P-Volt.
Credit: Cape Air
For one large commuter airline in the U.S., the lessons it is learning as the launch operator of a new conventionally powered aircraft could prove invaluable as it embraces electric aircraft. Massachusetts-based Cape Air is introducing the nine-passenger, piston-engine Tecnam P2012 Traveller as a...

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