Bye Aerospace expands to new markets with the new eFlyer 800

Small regional aircraft are the most promising segment of aviation to be electrified today, and Bye Aerospace has been one of the leaders within this segment. The company first focused on a small addressable market – training aircraft – where electrification is very competitive on costs and the perf...

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