Pilot Training Aviation
Electric aviation already meets the needs of flying clubs and pilot training schools for pilot training. Thus, initial training, skills maintenance, maiden flights, or local flights can already be conducted today in a more sustainable and quieter manner, with a level of safety equivalent to traditional combustion-powered aircraft
Facing environmental challenges
In the context of the climate crisis that concerns us all, private pilot or commercial pilot training faces particular challenges. This aviation sector is seen as highly polluting, and the noise it generates near aerodromes has led to increasing tensions between users of the airfield and local residents. As a result, numerous constraints are emerging and will rapidly intensify, such as designated periods of silence, operational restrictions on circuit training and local flights, and imposed maximum noise levels for aircraft.
To last and ensure its sustainability, leisure aviation and commercial pilot training aviation must urgently accelerate its environmental transition towards a more sustainable model. The immediate solution lies in the adoption of electric aircraft, replacing traditional combustion-powered planes starting today.