Together, they are set to introduce all-electric training aircraft for both commercial and military pilot training, paving the way for a greener aviation future.
The collaboration will begin with the development of the Integral E, a two-seater all-electric training aircraft. With rapid ⚡️ charging capabilities of just 20-30 minutes, the Integral E provides an impressive one hour of flight autonomy.
Airbus remains at the forefront of the aerospace decarbonization journey, pioneering disruptive technologies and continually enhancing fuel-efficient products. 🛫✨
Stay tuned for more updates on this innovative collaboration driving the future of pilot training and sustainable aviation.
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