Ravn Alaska Commits To 50 Airflow eSTOL Aircraft

Distributed electric propulsion powered lift provides Airflow’s aircraft with short takeoff and landing capability
Credit: Airflow
Regional airline Ravn Alaska has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with startup Airflow for 50 electric logistics aircraft. The commitment from Anchorage-based Ravn is the largest in an orderbook valued at more than $200 million by Airflow. The startup is developing an electric short-takeoff-and...

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