Tag: Hybrid aircraft

New team member and podcast

We are very pleased to announce a new team member to our advisory board – Aidan Stevens Aidan has been helping the company for a few months and has agreed to join the advisory board, bringing his knowledge and experience from the financial markets, LEP’s, SME and start-up operations and private equity investment. […]

“The Journey of an Aerospace Start-up” RAeS Lecture

Faradair gave a recent lecture to the Bristol branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) to share the journey of an Aerospace start-up over the last three years. From discussing the foundations for starting an aviation company and the commercial aircraft market to the lessons learned and the exciting opportunities, Faradair Managing […]

Faradair® announces new R&D office at Swansea University

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Offering Welsh university students the unique opportunity to change the face of aviation, double award winning new UK hybrid aircraft manufacturer Faradair® is opening a research and development (R&D) centre at Swansea University’s College of Engineering under the supervision of Dr Ben Evans, Associate Professor in Aerospace […]

Finalist for Business Innovation award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Faradair Aerospace, the new UK hybrid aircraft manufacturer has been named a finalist in the business innovation category in the Gloucestershire Business Awards. As one of the most prestigious events in the local calendar since they were first held 19 years ago the awards recognise and celebrate […]

BEHA continues development path

Today we reveal the latest visualisation image of BEHA, incorporating some minor design tweaks. As we get closer to our new hybrid engine, much of our focus will turn to the development of this new power unit over the coming year. However we continue to develop the BEHA airframe and […]

Drone delivery – A realistic perspective

An opinion piece on drone delivery by Faradair® Managing Director – Neil Cloughley A lot has been mentioned recently about ‘drone’ delivery services. Companies such as Amazon, Google, DHL and others are pushing a view that we will all soon be receiving our packages via drone delivery device. Whilst there […]