Aerochute Electric is Here

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Aerochute Electric is Here

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Aerochute-Electric!

Aerochute Industries has been working on electrifying it’s aircraft over the years and has now achieved a successful maiden flight in early 2018. The Aerochute-E model is a single seat aircraft with a payload of up to 90kg. It’s first flight achieved a flight time of 30 mins. As battery technology develops with higher energy density the aim is to fly for 1 hour. We are very pleased with this development as it is the first of it’s type to fly in Australia with an electric motor.


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Aerochute Int. will take you flying where you can really experience it. See the sunrise, feel the wind and take the controls for yourself...it is amazing!

Sancha and Greg always wanted to fly and this is the ultimate way to get involved. After seeing the photos of "Instructor Johns" Travels around Australia He might just look into it a little more. What a way to see the country. ... See MoreSee Less
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Dini Had so much joy from his trial flight a few weeks back he decided to bring the family on tow With their encouragement he is looking into achieving his RaAUS Pilots license so he take them flying all the time in his own Aerochute ... See MoreSee Less
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Trial Flights now come with a full service offering, inflight coffee's, snacks and of course window seating and extra leg room.- "You won't find that on a commercial low cost carrier". New flyer Yoga Instructor Richard getting his inflight coffee and before his scenic joy flight on Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less
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Scott and Josh take to the skies experiencing the early morning minus one degree conditions that provided glistening views and great conditions for flying. "Great experience, beautiful views, Loved it. Will be back"- Scott"Good experience, Highly recommend"-Josh ... See MoreSee Less
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A minus one degree (-1°) blue sky morning. After navigating the ice crust formations on the road to the airstrip, friends Katherine and Justine had their trial introduction flight together on what turned out to be a fabulous Saturday morning"What an Experience, Words Fail me! Loved every minute"- KatTruly the most amazing experience , Thank You"- JustineGreat work girls, I thinks we can see the cold through the brave smiles when signing on:) ... See MoreSee Less
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