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World’s first full-electric Business Airplane takes to the Skies

Last updated on December 11, 2019

A brief fully-electric business flight took place in Vancouver on Tuesday in what the operators explained as a world.

“This historical flight suggests the beginning of the third age in aviation the electrical era,” the two firms said in a statement.

Magix debuted its all-electric propulsion method for middle Mile’ air transit — passenger and freight flights of around 1,000 kilometers — in the 2019 Paris Air Show in June.

Harbour Air, North America’s largest seaplane operator working 300 daily flights with more than 40 aircraft said it might retrofit its fleet with all the magni500 propulsion approaches to realize its bid to become the world’s very first all-electric airline.

Israeli firm Eviation has also stated it might utilize the e-propulsion system to construct its own all-electric Alice aircraft.

As stated by the European Commission, direct emissions from aviation account for approximately 3 percent of the EU’s overall greenhouse gas emissions and over 2 percent of global emissions. It quotes that”if international aviation has been a nation, it would rank in the top 10 emitters”.