Boeing and JetBlue Invested in a Electric-Jet to Revolutionize Air Travel

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Boeing and JetBlue are set to invest in a new type of commercial aircraft which is all-electric. This commercial aircraft will replace traditional fuel-powered commercial aircraft. 

The last step is to make the final decision for the jet to be manufactured by Boeing or JetBlue.

JetBlue has not yet announced if they intend on manufacturing the airplane but Boeing has said that they will manufacture the airplane with Pratt & Whitney engines.

A company called Zunum Aero is working with Boeing and JetBlue to develop electric jets. They are currently looking for funding for testing, but this would mark their first commercial order.

The two companies are also discussing potential partnerships because of the investment in the electric jet design.

It’s still unclear how much the electric jet will cost, or when it is expected to be delivered for its commercial flight.

The Electric Jet plans on creating more energy-efficient flights which would reduce costs. 

Zunum Aero believes that this will increase air travel because of cheaper prices increasing demand for air travel.   

Boeing and JetBlue are the first companies to have invested in this electric plan so far. 

They have not yet announced if they intend on manufacturing the airplane but Boeing has said that they will manufacture the airplane with Pratt & Whitney engines.

A company called Zunum Aero is working with Boeing and JetBlue to develop electric jets. They are currently looking for funding for testing, but this would mark their first commercial order.

The two companies are also discussing potential partnerships because of the investment in the electric jet design.

It’s still unclear how much the electric jet will cost, or when it is expected to be delivered for its commercial flight. 

The Electric Jet plans on creating more energy-efficient flights which would reduce costs. Zunum Aero believes that this will increase air travel because of cheaper prices increasing demand for air travel.

Boeing and JetBlue are the first companies to have invested in this electric plan so far.

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