Faradair is relocating to Duxford Airfield in Cambridgeshire in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum and Gonville & Caius College.

Faradair was close to relocating offshore prior to Covid-19, but talks over recent weeks and a growing desire by UK Government to move toward cleaner, greener, air transportation has resulted in the company now set to develop and build its full-size BEHA (Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft) prototype from the iconic airfield in Cambridgeshire.

With an option to fly 18 passengers or three LD3 containers and up to five tonnes of payload, the unmatched state-of-the-art hybrid electric regional utility aircraft will not only revive the UK aircraft manufacturing industry, but it will offer regions throughout the world, the opportunity to have scheduled domestic air transport that is quiet, green and affordable.