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Electric Plane Crashed Near Cranfield During Battery Test

30 Apr 2022 | Abstracted from BBC

"The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said the plane was undertaking experimental flight tests when power to the electrical motors was lost.

"An interim report said the battery was turned off 'as part of the test procedure' which left the motors 'powered by the hydrogen fuel cell'".

"Two people escaped serious injury when the electric-powered Piper Malibu ended up in a field near Cranfield Airport in Bedfordshire on 29 April 2021."



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