Introducing electric-powered aircraft into flight training promises substantial cost reductions but poses significant challenges. Electric aircraft have dramatically lower operating costs, but flight time on today’s batteries is limited, charging infrastructure is nonexistent, and public and pilot acceptance is unproven. As has happened with electric cars, pioneers are taking on the challenges of not only developing the vehicles, but also deploying the infrastructure to support ...


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