Faradair aims for a future of sustainable aircraft operations

In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, we focus on airfreight sustainability with Neil Cloughley, founder and CEO of U.K.-based Faradair Aerospace, which six years ago introduced the concept for its bio-electric-hybrid-aircraft (BEHA).

Despite cost-cutting measures across the logistics industry, air cargo operators and freight forwarders have largely stayed the course in their pursuit of lower emissions and sustainable logistics. 

The August feature story “Greener on the other side” highlights some of the initiatives and companies targeting more environmentally friendly operations. In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, we continue the focus on sustainability with Neil Cloughley, founder and CEO of U.K.-based Faradair Aerospace, which six years ago introduced the concept for its bio-electric-hybrid-aircraft, or BEHA. Cloughley discusses Faradair’s concept for a hybrid-electric aircraft the company hopes will help pave the way for cleaner and quieter regional cargo operations, and the obstacles still standing in the way of industry-wide advancement toward sustainability.

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