The world is extensively suffering from carbon emission. There are various causes of carbon emission, such as natural sources, which include decomposition, ocean release, and respiration. Human origins are deforestation, cement production, and burning of fuels. When everyone talks about the burning of fuels, then aviation sectors contribute more than 2.5% of total emissions on the earth. The aviation industry, especially the Air travel source, needed to think to cut loose on carbon emission. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has inspired to use lighter material of aircraft and efficient biofuel engines
Canadas Harbour Air Seaplanes and Australis MagniX electric motors came together and cleared the path of electrified air. On the 10th of December 2019, a commercial flight, which is entirely electrical, has taken its first test take off for 15 minutes, and Mr. Greg McDougall piloted the plane who is a founder and chief executive of Harbour Air. The electric sea aircraft have taken flight in Fraser River near Vancouver international airport Canada. The DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver plane 750 horsepower electric motor and MagniX build that with the lithium batteries and 100 miles of flight range. The electric motor requires less maintenance. The company saves maintenance costs. For big commercial aircraft to run on electric power is so for with current battery technology, but by 2022 Harbour Air is going to an electric fleet of floatplanes. For remote locations short flights, this electric plane reduces the flight company’s fuel maintenance and bills for repairs in the future. This technology can be adopted by some private jets, and the goal of Harbour Air is to electrify the entire feet.
By using electric engines, the greenhouse gas emissions can reduce. With the concern of the environment, people cut air travel found in the survey. To travel long distances is a big challenge for electric aircraft. To buy all new electric aircraft, some companies preferred to convert existing planes. The flight range is now not much more but enough to start.