Inside Harbour Air’s challenging fleet electrification project

In this picturesque corner of British Columbia, a quiet revolution is taking place. Lee Cross reports on the ups and downs of Harbour Air Seaplanes’ long-running ambition to electrify its fleet

As the global climate crisis continues to put pressure on the aviation industry, airlines and manufacturers alike are facing increasing scrutiny. In response, artists' impressions of developing electric-powered aircraft have appeared in the liveries of various airlines that have shown interest in these drawing-board jets. But how many of these will ever make it into the air?

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