AEAC was formed to produce and market, under license agreement from its technology partner, PC-Aero, a 2-seat solar-electric light sport aircraft named "
Johnson, who for the previous 4 years has been engaged with various projects to develop practical applications of electric propulsion systems for light aircraft, said AEAC intends to serve general aviation by providing a clean, renewable energy, durable, solar-electric aircraft.
Johnson said, "Our primary focus will be flight schools with a higher utilization rate and aircraft rental operation compared to personal use aircraft ."We believe that the lower operating costs, along with the simplification of the frequent maintenance checks required by the
The present plan has AEAC receiving an experimental prototype
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