Less than a month after beginning flight tests of its electric-propulsion testbed, U.S. startup Ampaire says it has secured the company’s first customer for the modified Cessna 337 Skymaster. Personal Airline Exchange (PAX), a U.S. startup developing an app-based per-seat, on-demand charter service, says it has placed an order for 50 Ampaire 337s, plus options for 50 more. Ampaire is aiming to certify the six-seat aircraft, known as the Electric Eel, in 2021. Unveiled publicly on ...


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