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Headquartered at the Imperial War Museum Duxford’s historic Cambridgeshire airfield, Faradair is developing the 18-passenger/5-tonne payload Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft (BEHA). Optimized for hybrid power, it will employ a 1MW Honeywell turbogenerator, delivering electricity to a magniX electric propulsion unit.

Partnered with Cambridge Consultants, Gonville & Caius College, Honeywell, IWM Duxford, magniX, Nova Systems, prodrive, Swansea University and vwv, Faradair aims to manufacture and operate 300 aircraft by 2030, in a variety of roles including regional air transport, utility and firefighting. A prototype is expected to fly in 2024.

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Randy Tinseth
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Faradair Signs Former Boeing, easyJet Executives, Randy Tinseth and Tony Anderson to Its Advisory Board

April 29, 2021
Faradair is delighted to announce the appointment of OEM and airline industry titans Randy Tinseth and Tony Anderson to help steer the company through its next phase of growth...

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