May 12, 2023 - 03:29 pm
Monte orders 30 all-electric passenger planes
Manufacturer Eviation will deliver 30 of its all-electric planes Alice to UK-based regional aircraft lessor Monte. The two companies have signed a letter of intent, putting total orders for the Alice plane at more than $4 billion.
Nov 14, 2022 - 04:10 pm
NTAS to order 20 electric aircraft from Eviation
The Australian scheduled and charter airline Northern Territory Air Services (NTAS) has signed a letter of intent with Eviation Aircraft for the purchase of 20 electric aircraft. The aircraft in question is the nine-seat Alice model.
Oct 22, 2022 - 05:29 pm
Evia Aero to purchase 25 electric aircraft from Eviation
Electric aircraft manufacturer Eviation Aircraft has received a letter of intent from Germany for 25 battery-electric feeder aircraft. Evia Aero, which is developing a sustainable regional airline, intends to use Eviation’s Alice electric aircraft.
Sep 29, 2022 - 02:59 pm
Eviation Aircraft Alice completes maiden flight
Eviation Aircraft has launched the all-electric Alice, which has just completed its maiden flight in Washington. The technology demonstrator will help Eviation prepare for commercial production with clients like DHL Express already in line.
Aug 4, 2021 - 02:03 pm
DHL orders 12 electric aircraft from Eviation
The German postal services giant, DHL Express, has ordered twelve Alice electric aircraft from Eviation. The electric delivery aircraft are scheduled for delivery to DHL Express in 2024. Eviation has scheduled the aircraft’s maiden flight for later this year.
Jul 4, 2021 - 10:28 am
Eviation Aircraft presents technical details for ‘Alice’
Eviation Aircraft has unveiled the design and technical configuration for its all-electric Alice aircraft, which is scheduled to make its maiden flight later this year. Certification and entry into service of the feeder aircraft is targeted for 2024.
May 2, 2019 - 02:50 pm
Eviation turns to MagniX for e-aircraft propulsion systems
The Israeli startup Eviation Aircraft will work with MagniX as engine supplier for its nine-seater electric aircraft Alice, which was presented as a prototype for the first time in 2017. MagniX will contribute its 280 kW propulsion system called Magni250.
Feb 15, 2018 - 06:46 pm
Eviation Aircraft sets sights on Kokam batteries
The israeli startup Eviation Aircraft, which raised some eyebrows at last years Paris Air Show with the prototype of its electrical light aircraft “Alice”, has officially announced the source for the batteries they will be using in their planes: South Korea’s Kokam.
Jun 21, 2017 - 08:02 am
Skoda, UNVI, Eviation Aircraft, Soel Yachts.
Skoda’s beach buggy concept: The carmaker has trainees create their own model since 2014 and this time the 22 students put an electric beach buggy on Skoda’s Citigo base. The two-seater has neither roof nor doors, but an electric motor with 60 kW that is probably from the VW e-Up.
German-Spanish cooperation: Spanish bus maker UNVI has gathered three component manufacturers in order to create electric buses made for sightseeing. BMZ is on board to build the batteries, Ziehl-Abegg for the drivetrain and SAV Studio to integrate the whole system. The shuttles shall transport up to 74 tourists and reach a range of 120 km. The first open top double-decker is planned to roll off the lines before the year’s end.
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Electric passenger plane: Eviation Aircraft unveiled a fully electric prototype of a light aircraft for six to nine passengers. An impressive range of 965 km is planned for the premium version Alice ER, while Alice may fly for about 550 km on a charge. With launch scheduled for 2018, commercial flights could start by 2021. First conversations with regional airlines have taken place already, states the Israeli start-up, that is also working on an unmanned variant called Orca.
Energy-autonomous yacht: Dutch Soel Yachts and Naval DC developed an electric catamaran called SoelCat 12, capable to generate all energy for its propulsion system through its own solar roof. The 120 kW battery alone lasts for six hours of shipping at 8 knots. The first vessel is under construction in New Zealand for 600,000 dollars and shall serve for tours with up to 24 passengers.