Ahead of the Oshkosh AirVenture show on July 22-28, U.S. startup Ampaire is offering its hybrid-electric conversion of the Cessna 337 Skymaster to general-aviation customers. The company says it already holds “more than a dozen” letters of interest from regional airlines and charter providers. Called the Electric Eel, Ampaire’s modified Skymaster made its first flight in June. The piston twin has a push-pull propulsion arrangement with tractor and pusher propellers. In ...

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