Successfully tested an electric-powered aircraft, charging for 30 minutes and flying for 1 hour

The world's first all-electric passenger plane of the Israeli company Eviation Aircraft successfully performed a test flight on September 27 at Grant County International Airport, Washington, USA.

Eviation Aircraft's Alice plane traveled at an altitude of 1,070m for about 8 minutes.

This zero-emission vehicle uses the same battery technology as electric car batteries or cell phone batteries. The plane can travel for an hour with a distance of 440 nautical miles with just 30 minutes of charging. This electric aircraft has a top speed of 250 knots (about 463km/h).

The electric plane Alice has been researched and built by Eviation since its inception in 2015. Data collected from this first flight on September 27 will be used to analyze the performance of the aircraft. aircraft versus design.

Eviation Aircraft aims to obtain a license to operate the aircraft from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2025. After that, the electric aircraft will need an additional 1-2 years of flight testing. By 2007, the airline will start handing over aircraft to customers.

There are 3 versions of Alice aircraft developed by Eviation company, including passenger version (including seats for 9 passengers, 2 pilots, can carry 385kg of cargo), high-class passenger version (carrying 6 passengers). ) and the cargo version.

Eviation Aircraft said that there are currently a number of airlines ordering Alice aircraft such as Miami-based GlobalX airline and German logistics company DHL.

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