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Faradair BEHA

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News from Business Air News
Dunlop to work alongside Faradair on BEHA tyres
May 21, 2021
A partnership between Dunlop Aircraft Tyres and Faradair marries Dunlop's heritage with an opportunity for the future of sustainable manufacturing. Both companies will be progressing the Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft (BEHA).
Faradair gains partners to bring about age of BEHA
December 21, 2020
Honeywell, magniX, Cambridge Consultants and Nova Systems have come onboard with Faradair to deliver 300 of its new Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft (BEHA) by 2030. The companies will support with propulsion technology.
Faradair lands at Duxford to boost UK manufacturing
July 20, 2020
Faradair has ambitious plans for its BEHA (Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft), with first flight due in 2023/24. The UK government is committed to a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and has praised Faradair's work.
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