MagniX CEO Roei Ganzarski talks about his company’s all-electric Cessna Grand Caravan airplane, parked in the background at Moses Lake’s airport after its first flight. The German company Lilium is working on a five-seater jet-powered electric air taxi. The Cessna Caravan being used by magniX is one of the world’s most used medium-range … Cessna Caravan, the world’s largest all-electric aircraft, made its first successful flight on Thursday. Electric aircraft are getting larger and larger, a positive sign for an industry historically reliant upon petroleum-based fuels. The Cessna is … June 26, 2019 This Cessna Aircraft Will Test an All-Electric Propulsion System AeroTec is prepping to flight test a magniX all-electric propulsion system on a Cessna Caravan … The successful flight of the eCaravan, magnified by a 750-horsepower (560 kW) magni500 propulsion system, took place at the AeroTEC … Electric aviation celebrates another milestone – maiden flight of all-electric Cessna 208B Grand Caravan. magniX, the company powering the electric aviation revolution, and AeroTEC, an independent company focused on aerospace testing, engineering and certification, have announced the successful flight of an all-electric Cessna Grand Caravan 208B. In May, MagniX successfully flew the largest all-electric commercial aircraft, a Cessna 208B Grand Caravan and in September, Universal Hydrogen … With engineering facilities in both Redmond, Washington, in the United States, and in Australia, magniX also successfully flew the largest all-electric commercial aircraft, a Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, in Washington earlier this year. A 30-minute flight by an all-electric Cessna Grand Caravan, by MagniX and AeroTEC, brings electric aviation one step closer to primetime. The Grand Caravan is outfitted with magniX’s battery-powered electric engine, the Magni250, which turns 375 horsepower into up to 3000 RPM. As for now it is the largest all-electric passenger aircraft which has ever taken off. “The iconic Caravan has been a workhorse of industry moving people and transporting goods on short routes for decades,” Ganzarski said in May. magniX, a company developing electric propulsion systems for aircraft, and AeroTEC, a leading independent company focused on aerospace testing, engineering and certification, announced the successful flight of an all-electric Cessna Grand Caravan 208B.