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B.C.'s first electric airplane for flight training arrives in Campbell River

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Sealand Flight, a flight school based out of Campbell River, B.C., has added the province's first EV aircraft to its fleet.

The flight school is part of a nation-wide program through Transport Canada to evaluate the viability of sustainable aviation for flight training.

The company will be granted an exemption to use the non-certified electric aircraft for training. It hopes to have the plane in the air by summer.

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