The first flight of the world’s first commercial electric aircraft
The first flight of the world’s first commercial electric aircraft|The company, called Magni X, has in fact developed motors that will allow them to fly on electric instead of conventional fuels. The company’s chief executive, Rui Ganzarski, said a successful flight proves that aircraft can operate in a fully electric manner. The company designed the aircraft motor while partnering with Harbor Air, which annually supplies over 5 million passengers from Vancouver’s Whistler Ski Resort to nearby islands and coastal areas. During a 15-minute test flight, a 62-year-old DHC-TOC plane with a capacity of 6 passengers was added. Harbor Air chief executive Grick McDougall flies the plane. Along with fuel savings, such aircraft will also help save millions of crores of repair as the electric motor does not require much maintenance. But Greg McDougall said the company would have to wait at least 2 years after which it could start transmitting more than 40 C-Plane fleets to power. These eco-friendly planes will also help reduce environmental pollution as passenger planes currently emit the most pollution in transport sources, leading to climate change and global temperature rise. Although long-range electric aircraft may not be possible in the long run, they will be useful for short distances, which will also help overcome the problem of environmental pollution. At present, work is also being done on the manufacture of pilotless aircraft and the experience of unmanned vehicles has not been fully successful in the world, but work has been started on the manufacture of pilotless aircraft.