Fifty years after the appearance of the world’s first widebody and supersonic airliners at the Paris Air Show signaled a new era of capacity and speed, the debut this year of an unprecedented wave of electric and hybrid-electric aircraft shows the industry is getting increasingly serious about sustainable growth. Ranging from light aircraft to plans for large-scale technology demonstrators, the upsurge in electrically powered projects was also paralleled at the show by broader ...


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