Bristow Gets First Taste Of Flying Beta’s Electric Alia

Bristow flight-test cockpit

Bristow’s Bryan Willows (right) conducted a qualitative evaluation flight in the eCTOL Alia with Beta test pilot Chris Caputo.

Credit: Beta Technologies
Global helicopter operator Bristow has conducted its first test flight in Beta Technologies’ Alia in support of its orders for both the conventional- and vertical-takeoff-and-landing versions of the electric aircraft. Bryan Willows, Bristow’s program manager for advanced air mobility, flew the first...

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