The electric aviation revolution will be televised

Harbour Air electric plane

MagniX’s Magni500 electric motor is installed in Harbour Air’s de Havilland Beaver, in preparation for flight tests. (MagniX / Harbour Air Photo)

Two Pacific Northwest aviation ventures — the Harbour Air seaplane airline in Vancouver, B.C., and the MagniX electric propulsion company in Redmond, Wash. — are ready to start flight tests of an all-electric passenger airplane. And those first tests are due to be live-streamed via Twitter.

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