Electric aviation for today

Fly faster, carry more, land shorter

A new renaissance in Regional Air Mobility is coming.

Airflow is the best way to get you there. Electric propulsion allows us to design and build aircraft with capabilities unmatched by conventional airplanes.  

The world can’t wait.

Model 200

range + reserves
T/O & land distance


  • 100% carbon neutral
  • Operates in poor weather and icing conditions
  • Rugged, flexible design
  • Short takeoff and landing
  • Large cargo and pax compartment

Airflow delivers electric aircraft that require no new infrastructure and fit within existing regulatory frameworks. Whether you carry passengers or cargo, you need electrification across your fleet -- and soon.

We’ve designed our aircraft with various types of electric propulsion in mind, including battery-electric, hybrid-electric, and hydrogen-electric systems.

Airflow’s technology enables the cost-effective and timely utilization of electric aircraft to benefit carriers of all types.

Airflow has the right balance of proven design and new technology to change the world. With Airflow, cargo and passenger airlines benefit from:

  • Reduced operating cost
  • Increased payload
  • Faster cruise speed
  • Reduced noise signature
  • Poor weather and icing capability
  • Takeoff and landing on short runways
  • Net-zero carbon emissions

when compared with traditional fixed-wing aircraft.

Lower operating cost than traditional aircraft
Carbon neutral
Entry into service

The Airflow M200 can also be fitted with both fixed gear and floats.

2,000 lbs of cargo, 9 pax, 0 lbs of CO2

A direct solution to meet sustainability goals.
Airflow can save an estimated 1.2 GT of CO2 annually by 2050. Our state-of-the art engineering and manufacturing facilities exceed the highest LEED standards and will save over 4.2 million lbs of CO2.

A commercially-viable approach to sustainability.

Over time, Airflow will be introducing new technologies to support sustainable aviation in different ways. As these technologies mature and become viable for regional air mobility, our customers will have options to choose what best meets their needs for new aircraft and also upgrade older aircraft.

Airflow Partners with Plug Power To Bring Hydrogen Fuel Cell Propulsion System to Part 23 Aircraft.

Under this new partnership, the companies are co-developing and certifying a hydrogen fuel cell-based propulsion system designed for a new generation of sub-regional aircraft.

Started by five former Airbus Vahana team members with over 60 years of aerospace experience, Airflow's mission is to expand the benefits of aviation and create a sustainable future.

Airflow is developing a commercially-viable solution based on today's regulations, with an eye towards future autonomy. The three key technology enablers are shown below.

Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP)

DEP enables operations into and out of very short runways by providing more control at slower airspeeds.

Precision Landing

Virtual Tailhook™️, a pilot assistance system that provides safe, repeatable landings on very short runways. It reduces pilot workload and increases safety.

Aerial Operating System (aOS)

Allows operators to track and manage aircraft in real-time and integrates fleet data into scheduling and ERP systems.

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