EPS Battery To Power Aura’s Aerobatic Trainer

The aerobatic Integral E will be available with tailwheel or tricycle landing gear.
Credit: Aura Aero
French startup Aura Aero has selected Electric Power Systems (EPS) to provide the battery system for its prototype Integral E electric-powered aerobatic training aircraft. The flight demonstrator is planned to fly in 2022, and Integral E deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2023. The aircraft is a...

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