3 new startup aircraft

ES-19 Heart

For pure intercity travel

ES-19 Heart
ES-19 Heart

the Swedish startup Heart Aerospace is developing and designing an all-electric aircraft called the 19-ES for short-haul city trips with the aim of carrying out regional and domestic travel, which is economically viable for conventional aircraft. They are not affordable. The manufacturer has invited investment companies to produce electric motors for its propeller-driven or turboprop aircraft, including United Airlines, which plans to build 100 of these aircraft for its fleet. As a 19-passenger electric passenger aircraft, the 19-ES is capable of a range of 400 km, which will increase in the future with the advancement of battery technology. The manufacturer claims that the electric motor of this aircraft is 20 times cheaper than the gasoline turbo engine found in the same conventional turboprop aircraft and its maintenance and maintenance costs are 100 times cheaper than the conventional gasoline turbo engine. The aircraft is designed to take off from a 750-meter runway and is intended for short trips between islands or on mountain routes.

 

Heaviside

Heaviside
Heaviside

Vertical electric flight with military flight license

Heaviside
Heaviside

This bird, whose wings are oblique to the front and has a short fin at the back, has eight butterflies, six of which are on the wings and two of which are located on the front of the body. Two front propellers are installed to provide vertical upward force to the aircraft. In an area where there is a runway, the aircraft can land or take off normally for energy storage. The Heaviside has a range of 161 km and a top speed of 290 km / h. The sound it produces is one-hundredth the sound of a helicopter, producing only 38 decibels at 305 meters. In May, for the Agility Prime project, the aircraft performed a medical evacuation and rescue maneuver with and without a pilot, and in self-propelled barges. Obtaining a military flight permit allows the aircraft to be used by the US military as a self-propelled, unmanned aircraft in flight tests for military scenarios.

H2Fly
H2Fly

German aviation companies H2Fly and Deutsche Aircraft in production Clean airplanes operate without polluting gases By signing a cooperation agreement, a passenger aircraft with hydrogen fuel cell propulsion has been designed based on the 328 Dornier passenger aircraft capable of carrying 40 people. A demo model of the aircraft will make its test flight in 2025.

H2Fly
H2Fly

The standard 328 Dornier weighs 9,100 kg and is powered by two Pratt Whitney & turboprop engines producing 2179 horsepower. In the electric hydrogen trim, the display aircraft with a hydrogen fuel cell has a power of 1,500 kW, equivalent to 2012 hp, which according to the design companies is the most powerful hydrogen aircraft ever built. By comparison, ZeroAvia is producing a 19-seater HyFlyer aircraft with two H2 hydrogen fuel cells, producing a total of 1,609 horsepower. The actual and commercial version of the Dornier 40-seater hydrogen aircraft is scheduled for 2030 and has a power of 3 MW or 4024 hp will be. The aircraft will be able to cover a distance of 1850 km at an average speed of 520 km per hour. one of The goals of the partnership between the German companies H2Fly and Deutsche Aircraft were to work with the European Aviation Authority (EASA) to determine the technical specifications and requirements for flight approval, which would allow commercialization of hydrogen engines on commercial flights.

H2Fly
H2Fly