SAS All-electric Airliner Flight Reservations Open For Service As Early As 2028

All-electric cars and even boats are already appearing, but the switch to battery-powered aircraft is still a long way off. SAS, which announced the introduction of an all-electric airliner, recently announced the opening of reservations, but it will not be put into service until 2028 at the earliest.

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) recently opened up bookings for flights powered by an all-electric passenger plane, with the goal of making maiden flights in Sweden, Norway and Denmark in 2028.

The ES30, presumably developed by Swedish start-up Heart Aerospace, is expected to have 30 seats and a range of 200 kilometers, but the aircraft is still under construction and has not even obtained the required flight certification.

SAS said it was still in discussions with potential suppliers, so it was not yet guaranteed that it would be able to fly in 2028, and the date, location and time of the flight were undecided.

The reserved air ticket is 1,946 SEK, so it is not too expensive, and can be transferred to others at any time. Unfortunately, all seats are full by the time of writing, and we may have to wait for the next time to open the reservation.


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