It’s the little things: the developer of the electric engine behind Harbour Air’s history-making flight reveals how it almost didn’t happen.
The regional airline picture continues to evolve in the Canadian province of British Columbia, with one airline relaunching essential service and a second deciding to ground its fleet due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
North America’s largest float plane operator is cancelling all scheduled service, despite vowing earlier this week its planes would continue to serve remote and isolated communities.
Harbour Air, which bills itself as the world’s largest all-float plane scheduled carrier, vowed to keep flying as an essential lifeline to island communities in British Columbia.
Electric aircraft will be exempt from provincial sales taxes thanks to a new initiative put forward Tuesday by the government of British Columbia.
Harbour Air made history Tuesday morning as they successfully completed the world’s first all-electric flight of a commercial aircraft.