Triple Box Wing
Short take-off and landing with 18 passengers
Whisper quiet propulsion with carbon neutral footprint
deliver 1,150 mile range
Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft
Wingspan 57 ft (17.37 m)
Length 48 ft 2 in (14.69 m)
Height 14 ft 10 in (14.29 m)
Acoustic reduction surrounds contra-rotating pusher propfan.
Solar panel for 'always on’ cabin ground power.
Opposing gull-wing doors for rapid deplaning and cargo loading.
Non-pressurized cabin for reduced
Faradair is developing a hybrid-electric aircraft concept that solves three core problems hindering regional flight growth:
With a clean-sheet design aircraft specifically configured for hybrid-electric flight, BEHA aims to achieve significant reductions in these areas whilst delivering an economically viable regional air transport solution.
A multi-role asset, BEHA converts from an 18 passenger configuration to cargo in just 15 minutes. Accommodating three LD3 cargo containers and payloads of up to 5 tons, BEHA is an environment-neutral workhorse, maximizing revenue opportunity 24/7.
Hybrid-electric flight provides a cost-effective distributed aviation model, enabling local airfields the ability to offer scheduled and charter flight services to regional towns and cities at a price-point unmatched through traditional major airport hubs.
Aerospace Experienced Team
CEO & Founder
Experienced Commercial Aviation Executive and entrepreneur.
WIth over two decades of successful track record within new product development and commercial aviation asset management and financing.
A winner of numerous business awards and pitching events, an accomplished speaker at conferences across the world, advising Goverment ministers and agencies and is widely recognized. as a pioneer/expert within the sustainable aviation sector.
Dr. Ben Evans
Senior lecturer at Swansea University.
Team member on Bloodhound SSC, the 1,000 mph supersonic land speed record car.
Brings aerodynamic engineering talents to our aircraft optimization program.
Leads partnership with Swansea University aerospace engineering & testing facilities.
Director of ECGD (UK’s official export credit agency) responsible for all aviation business.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, responsible for expansion
of the aviation business.
CEO of Aviation Finance Solutions Limited.
Almost 40 years’ experience in aviation, the past 13 years as Vice President Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Served as a leading Boeing spokesperson, delivering keynote speeches at the most important aviation conferences and air shows around the world.
Finance consultant based out of Pasadena, CA.
Former Financial Controller for Virgin Galactic. Founding Vice President and Controller at Virgin America.
Vice President, Finance role at Chicago Express Airlines.
Former easyJet executive and only the third employee at the famous low- cost carrier.
As director of marketing for the easyGroup, he set up new ventures under the easy brand.
Tony remains as a consultant to the easyGroup. He has also held marketing roles with British Airways, Thomas Cook and Kantar TNS.
25+ years’ experience
engineering and flight testing.
Former Fleet Air Arm overseeing development, certification and introduction to service of aircraft.
Intimately involved in the F-35 Lightning program, he led international teams working the most advanced 5th generation aircraft in the world.
SVP Sales & Marketing
for Loftleidir Icelandic having begun his career at Air Atlanta in 1992.
at MD Airlines, Sweden, then Director of Sales
SVP of Business Development at Icelandair Group.
25 years at New York’s top advertising agencies promoting the world’s biggest brands.
Founder of Household Name Inc, a leading strategy and fundraising firm with its focus on technology and the environment.
Son of career Royal Air Force officer, passionate about flight.
50+ years in aviation beginning in the USAF flying F-4 Phantoms in Vietnam.
Significant experience in the defense sector, general aviation, and will provide support and introductions.
Founder and CEO of Discovery Aviation. Currently serves on several industry boards.