United Airlines Details Initial Electric Aircraft Deployment Plans

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Heart has shifted to developing a Part 25-certified electric 30-seater for scheduled network carrier operations.
Credit: Heart Aerospace
United Airlines has provided a glimpse of how it expects its sustainability plays to change the carrier’s fleet makeup by 2030, with its first electric-powered aircraft planned to be in service by then. United and its regional affiliate Mesa Air Group have invested in Swedish startup Heart Aerospace...

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