Getting its first electric-powered aircraft off the ground was a pretty big deal for MagniX late last year. But the company shows no signs of resting on that success, with another test flight last week of a larger prop. There’s clearly a market for this sort of operation, though we’re still a ways out from it being commonplace.
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Also in this episode:
- KLM is also joining the electric revolution, or at least joining in on Schiphol’s testing of electric tugs
- American and United CEOs are not amused by investors questioning them on the likelihood of bankruptcy
- LATAM is the latest and largest airline to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, though little appears to be changing right now, other than a few lease returns
- British Airways is adjusting some rules for its Executive Club members; you’ll be shocked to learn the changes are not in favor of the consumers
- Several Canadians are challenging their national airlines to finally follow the rules and the US DOT to actually enforce them
- SpaceX launched crew successfully to the International Space Station and it was an incredible spectacle
And plenty more. Enjoy the show!
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