EASA Finalizes Electric/Hybrid Certification Rules

EASA SC E 19 would enable certification of hybrid-electric aircraft such as the Daher/Safran/Airbus EcoPulse.
Credit: Daher
EASA has published its final special condition for the certification of electric and hybrid propulsion systems for aircraft. The purpose of the special condition is to provide the certification requirements for an electric and/or hybrid propulsion system when the intended aircraft application has...

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