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New aerial solution for isolated communities

Airflow, a Californian aerospace company building a next-gen electric short take-off and landing (eSTOL) aircraft, announced a letter of intent with Ravn Alaska, an Anchorage-based regional airline, to supply 50 airplanes. This agreement brings its total order-book to over USD 200 million for its innovative aircraft. Entry into service is planned for 2025.


Marc Ausman, Airflow CEO and co-founder: "From logistics carriers to passenger airlines we hear loud and clear that demand is on the rise. We’re partnering with companies that seek to add new aircraft with new capabilities to their fleets that are flexible, cost-effective, and carbon-neutral."


Rob McKinney, CEO, Ravn Alaska: "As a regional operator, we are committed to serving the many large and small communities. That means we are constantly seeking out new ways to deliver the best value and experience for Alaskans." (ah)




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