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International test arena for future aviation


Green Flyway is a unique test arena for Electric aircraft, UAS, ATS and ground support.

Located in the middle of Sweden and Norway. We offer an unique test environment with two international and several other airports. A cluster of manufacturers of Industrial components in metal and plastics using additive manufacturing, Universities,

Research institutions and Aviation industry.

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PREVIOUS WEBINARS

SEMINAR: Electric flights and potential electric flights routes

TIME: 24 June 2021, 10-12 o´clock


Thank you to everyone who participated in the electric aviation seminar on Thursday 24 June. It was well attended and provided new and very valuable knowledge in the field of electric aviation.
We did not record the meeting. If you want to get an idea of the content, you can download the presentations and the RISE-analysis. . Follow the links below. 


Hans Dunder GreenFlyway: The frontline in electric aviation in a international perspective.


Tor O Iversen, Green Flyway: Fossil-free aviation in Norway.



Tatjana Apanasevic, Jie Li and Marco Forzati Rise, RISE

eflight Socio economic analysis. The study concerns socio-economic effects on nine potential electric airlines in the Nordic region.



WEBINAR: GREEN FLYWAY PARTNERS

19 May 2021  10.00 - 12.00


TIME CODE GUIDE


10.00​ Tor O. Iversen, faglig prosjektleder​ Green Flyway​


10.05​ David Tait, Head of Innovation​ Civil Aviation Authority UK​


10.25​ Testing av droner i Norge: Muligheter og begrensninger​: Bente Heggedal Løvold, seksjonssjef ubemannet luftfart​

Luftfartstilsynet​


10.45​ Avinors UTM-systemer​: Axel Knutsen, Leder Droneprogrammet​, Avinor Flysikring AS​


11.00​ Erik Wiberg, Co-Founder​, Katla Aero​


11.15​ Tatjana Apanasevic, Researcher​, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden​


11.30​  Studien Elektrifisering av Østersund flyplass (NTNU/MiUN). En statusoppdatering​, Tor Krog, Nordic Head of Business Development & Strategy​, Siemens​

 WEBINAR: FIRE SAFETY IN CHANGE DUE TO ELECTRIFICATION

Thursday 25 March 2021 09: 30-12.00


TIME CODE GUIDE


00.00 Introduction Peter Fahlén & Jörgen Vikström, Green Flyway.


06.35 Pipistrel, Tine Tomazic


35:15  Räddningstjänsten Skellefteå, Daniel Haarala


56:40 Siemens, Emelie Emanuelsson


1:19:30 MSB, Anders Lundberg


1:40:25 SINTEF Energy, Fride Vullum-Bruer


2:04:30 Avinor Brand Räddning, Jörgen Haagensli


2:23:50 Conclusions/ Avslutning, Peter Fahlén, Henrik Littorin

Our test areas

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PASSENGER
PLANE & DRONES

Green Flyway offers opportunities for test actors to fly point to point. We offer test opportunities from technology to business setup.

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AUTONOMOUS

DRONES 

Green Flyway is a test arena for unmanned flying systems, drones and eVTOLs in, for example, environmental and rescue applications.

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AIR SPACE -

UNIQUE ARENA

The Green Flyway test arena has a unique air space for testing. We offer temporary test permits that makes it possible to get started with tests immediately.

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CHARGING

The development and tests also apply to how the airport infrastructure, charging equipment, hangars and workshops should be optimally designed. We offer charging with renewable electricity for electric aircraft and drones.

A CLOSER LOOK

News & Activites

Feb 2020

hans dunder dagens industri

PROJECT MANAGER INTERVIEW

TV-interview with our project manger in the largets business magazine in Sweden.

March 2020

heart aerospace

ABOUT HEART AEROSPACE

Our partner Heart Aerospace will deliver the first ES-19 electric airliner certified for commercial flight by 2025.

April 2020

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STOCKHOLM FLIGHT

A unique flight over Stockholm Sweden in an electric airplane filmed with a 360 camera.

Test cases

Phinix first winter test

- Our winter electric international flight begun in Sveg. We started with nice weather prediction,  only light headwind and CAVOK.

After takeoff I slowly reached safe altitude over 3 000 ft and in 30 minutes we arrived to Hedlanda.

It was not necessary to land for recharge (I used only 22% of battery capacity) but we wanted to testlandings on a different surfaces and in different “nordic” conditions.

Martin Štěpánek, Pilot Phinix