USAF Buys Charger To Support Beta eCTOL Flight Testing

Beta will install a charging station to support Alia electric aircraft flight tests at Eglin AFB, Florida.

Credit: Beta Technologies
The U.S. Air Force AFWerx innovation unit’s Agility Prime program has purchased an electric aircraft charging system from Beta Technologies to support planned on-site flight testing of the startup’s Alia electric aircraft at Duke Field at Eglin AFB, Florida. The Level 3 DC fast charger will be the...
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