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NZ airports, airlines join Swedish all-electric aircraft project

Heart Aerospace aims to have a no-emissions 30-seater in the air by 2026.

Heart Aerospace ES-30 impression.

Nevil Gibson Fri, 16 Sep 2022

Christchurch and Wellington airports, Air New Zealand, and Sounds Air have joined a new 21-member advisory board of Swedish company Heart Aerospace, which is developing an all-electric aircraft.

The board is helping to fast-track the release of Heart’s ES-30, a 30-seat passenger plane that can fly

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