International fixed-base operator Jetex Flight Support believes electric aircraft will be viable alternatives to business jets for short-range private flights. The company has partnered with startup electric-aircraft developer Wright Electric and plans to deploy a charging infrastructure across its network of locations. “We see a lot of potential for this,” says Sunny Landeros, brand and communications manager for Dubai-based Jetex, noting the time customers can save by flying ...


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