Electric Seaplanes

We are designing versatile all-electric seaplanes to transport people and goods. We will first launch the service in Norway, and then expand operations to other locations. We want people to travel emission-free from city centre to city centre at a fraction of the time.

The network

We will operate from city centre to city centre. Small and flexible sea terminals will facilitate the boarding and unboarding of our passengers. Without the need to build complex infrastructure to open a new route, our network can grow in endless different ways.

The seaplane

Specifications are subject to change until full certification

The Seaplane

Two electric motors with a maximum output of 825 kW, for a top speed of 300 km/h.  

Cabin equipped for nine passengers and luggage 

Lithium batteries, for an operational range of 250 km, with today's battery technology. 

Cockpit equipped for one- and two-pilot operations. 

The Seaplane

Two electric motors with a maximum output of 825 kW. 

Cabin equipped for nine passengers and luggage 

Lithium batteries, for an operational range of 250 km. 

Cockpit equipped for one- and two-pilot operations. 

Your trip

Board the plane in the middle of the city centre. No luggage check-in, no long waiting lines... Just relax, it only takes a few minutes before you are off to your destination!

Our playground

With more than 1000 fjords and 450,000 lakes most of the Norwegian population lives close to a potential momentary runway. Due to Norwegian’s mountainous profile and the limited connecting infrastructure, the seaplane is a quick, non-intrusive way of transporting people over challenging terrain. Hours spent in a car between small cities could be reduced to minutes.

The environmental impact

Human activities have a strong impact on the climate and the environment. Our goal is to reduce this impact by changing the way people travel. The electric seaplane is the least nature-invasive means of transportation we know. It requires close to no infrastructure to operate and its batteries get recharged by clean electricity, that is produced by the 98 %-renewable Norwegian energy grid. 

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