Electric private jet: a sustainable journey on the horizon

Electric private jet: a sustainable journey on the horizon

Israeli company Eviation is revolutionizing aviation with the Alice, the world's first electric private jet. Designed to carry nine passengers and two crew, the Alice offers a sustainable and economical alternative to traditional jets.

Alice operates with an all-electric propulsion system, completely eliminating carbon emissions during flight. This innovative feature contributes to the fight against climate change and offers an environmentally responsible option for air travel.

Additionally, the Alice's electrical system generates a significantly lower noise level than traditional jets. This noise reduction provides a quieter flying experience for passengers and reduces the environmental impact in areas close to airports.

Alice's high energy density battery is composed of battery cells already available on the market, eliminating the need for future technological advances. This characteristic guarantees the viability and practicality of the project.

Alice has a remarkable performance, with a cruising speed of 253 mph (407 km/h) and a flight range of 440 nm (815 km). This capability enables efficient regional travel and opens up new possibilities for private aviation.

Eviation projects the Alice will be in commercial service this year. The arrival of this innovative jet represents a milestone in the history of aviation, paving the way for a more sustainable and accessible future in the skies.

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