, 2022-11-20 03:00:00,
EVIA AERO has signed a letter of intent with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) to increase its order for hydrogen modification kits and aircraft. As part of the agreement, the startup airline expects to receive five additional hydrogen modification kits and ten 19-seat aircraft.
The hydrogen modification kits are designed to power the nine-seat Britten-Norman Islander aircraft and come in addition to a previous order with CAeS for 10 kits.
At the Farnborough Airshow earlier this year, CAeS outlined its plans to develop a larger hydrogen propulsion system capable of powering a 19-seat aircraft on longer-range flights. However, it has not yet been decided if the 19-seat aircraft will be developed from an existing aircraft design or whether it will come from a completely new design concept.
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CEO of CAeS, Paul Hutton, celebrated the agreement, saying,
“We have developed a fantastic relationship with EVIA AERO and are delighted that their confidence in CAeS’ capabilities continues to grow with the signing of additional orders for nine-seat Britten-Norman Islander modification kits and our future 19-seat aircraft. By working together, we can make zero-emissions flight a reality.”
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EVIA AERO aims to operate a fleet of hydrogen and electric-powered sustainable aircraft, strengthening regional economies in Europe by allowing passengers to travel in a sustainable, affordable,…
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