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Eviation “completes conceptual design review of all-electric Alice aircraft”

Eviation Aircraft has announced that it has completed the Conceptual Design Review (CoDR) of the Alice aircraft. The company says the review is a significant milestone, assuring a configuration that is certifiable, enables streamlined manufacturing and maintains Alice’s signature look, while optimising performance.

“The CoDR, conducted with the support of TLG Aerospace, built on the extensive data gathered from Alice’s pioneering 2022 flight, wind tunnel testing recently completed at the Kirsten Wind Tunnel in Seattle, feedback from Eviation’s customer advisory board, and months of engineering work” according to the press release.

“Features introduced in the Production Aircraft design include:

  • “a constant cross section that reduces Alice’s part count and manufacturing costs, while also enabling future variants of the aircraft
  • “structural segments designed for field re-assembly with standard tooling available to Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services
  • “a larger, centralized Energy Storage System (ESS) compartment above the wing that can integrate a range of ESS solutions now and in the future, in addition to streamlining certification
  • “optimised cabin space allowing for a side mounted carry-on stowage compartment unique in the commuter class

“With orders totalling more than USD 5 billion, the all-electric Alice is pioneering a new era of sustainable air travel. Alice’s 9-seat commuter and cargo versions are designed to delight customers and passengers with innovative technology and beautiful design, while also providing carbon-free, cost-effective, and convenient point-to-point travel.”

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