Libra invests in e-planes

Electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOLs) will fly in the coming years between major tourism destinations in Greece - at least this is the goal of a large investment for the development of the relevant infrastructure, which the Libra Group is starting to implement through hospitality subsidiary Aria Hotels.

Therefore, while Greece has been waiting for decades for seaplanes to fly, it is now more likely that electrically powered aircraft will be moving in the Aegean skies sooner.

This particular type of aircraft promises zero-carbon dioxide emissions, sufficient range to connect Greek destinations and quiet operation. They are designed to carry five passengers and a pilot or payload up to 635 kilograms. With a maximum range of 250 nautical miles and the ability to recharge in less than an hour, they were deemed by Libra to be ideal for taking visitors...

Continue reading on: