Eviation Aircraft

  • Developing a nine-passenger, all-electric plane called Alice
  • Alice features an unpressurized cabin that supports a cruising altitude of 3 km (10,000 ft), a cruise speed of 240 knots (444 kph), and a maximum range of 540 nautical miles (1,000 km or 621 mi) with 45 minutes of fuel reserve
  • The p...

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