Norway’s First Battery-Powered Aircraft Crash-Landed On A Lake

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Norway’s first battery-powered aircraft crash-landed on a lake on Wednesday, in a setback for the country’s aviation strategy, although the pilot and passenger both escaped unhurt.

The plane’s owner, airport operator Avinor, hoped to see commercial passenger flights on electric planes by 2025.

The two-seater plane was piloted by Avinor Chief Executive Dag Falk-Petersen, who had invited a string of high-profile passengers to showcase the opportunities of electrification.

The Alpha Electro G2 plane, produced by Slovenia’s Pipistrel, was nose-down and partly submerged at the end of a lake near Arendal in southern Norway.

The cause of the crash was not immediately clear.

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