UK LCC easyJet has formed a partnership with US-based Wright Electric, which aims to develop an 180-seat electric aircraft for commercial aviation use within 10 years. EasyJet said it has been working with Wright Electric “over the course of 2017,” providing “an airline operator’s perspective” on the project in areas ranging from maintenance to revenue management. The two companies presented a prototype of the aircraft during an easyJet Innovation Day event at ...

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