Aircraft startup Wright Electric wants to use electric planes for flights in the Middle East


Electric flights could power private jets in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Electric flights could power private jets in the Middle East and North Africa region. Image: wright electric/jetex

Electric aircraft startup Wright Electric aims to carry passengers on battery-powered flights within the next 20 years. Now, business travelers in the Middle East may soon be able to partake in the company’s aggressive flight plans.

Flight support company Jetex recently announced a new partnership with Los Angeles-based Wright Electric. The companies have committed to flying electric private planes on short 300-mile or shorter trips from cities like Dubai, Muscat, Malaga, and Casablanca — all on…

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