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The Allplane Podcast
68 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #46 - aviation in the Balkans, with Petar Vojinovic
Things we talk about in this episode:-The historical background of aviation in the Balkans: -How Serbia had one of the first airlines in the world-The interesting story of JAT, Yugoslavia’s national airline during the Cold War -The breakup of Yugoslavia and JAT’s successor airlines-How Air Serbia reinvented itself after a deal between Etihad and the Serbian government-Why is it so difficult for national airlines to thrive in the region-The role of low cost carriers in the Balkans-Air traffic trends in the Balkans-The South East Europe Aviation Summit that Petar’s company (TangoSix) organizes
27 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #45 - the state of batteries, with Richard Wang, CEO of Cuberg
Californian battery startup Cuberg made headlines in March 2021 when it was announced that it has been acquired by Northvolt, the large battery manufacturer from Sweden. What did Northvolt see in Cuberg? Mainly the Li-Metal battery technology that Cuberg is developing, that is expected to deliver a 70% performance improvement over the current generation of Li-Ion batteries. This makes of the batteries that Cuberg is currently developing particularly interesting for the nascent electric aviation industry.Today on the podcast we are going to talk about all this, as well as about the current state of battery technologies for air mobility, with Richard Wang, the founder and CEO of Cuberg.Together with Richard, we are going to review the current state and prospects of the battery industry for air mobility purposes. He is also going to share some details about the Lithium-Metal technology they are developing at Cuberg and their plans to move into industrial-scale production in order to power the new generation of eVTOLs that is expected to (silently) buzz the skies of our cities in the near future.Tune in for a chat at the very edge of the science of batteries!
21 minutes | May 13, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #44 - the student-designed electric plane, with Danielle Gillam
Things we talk about in this episode:-What is Falcon Electric Aviation-How a student-team developed this project-Who supports Falcon EA-What are the next stages ahead for the Falcon Electric Aviation Team
58 minutes | May 4, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #43 - how the Nordics lead the way in green aviation, with Maria Fiskerud
Things we talk about in this episode:-Maria’s background and her projects in sustainable aviation-Making sense of the Swedish and Nordic sustainable aviation landscape-Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Sweden: What is Flygreenfund?-Electric Aviation in the Nordics: which programmes and initiatives are there?-Why the Nordics are particularly suited to lead in green aviation-The role of Scandinavia in the sustainable aviation movement
45 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #42 - with magniX CEO, Roei Ganzarski
Roei’s background and trajectory in the aviation industryThe story of magniX: how this Australian startup moved to the US to become a leader in electric propulsion The different green flight projects that magniX is involved inHow magniX motors powered the first ever all-electric commercial flightThe new era of innovation in aviationFrance’s ban on short haul flights and how this affects green aviationEviation Alice’s and its expected first flightHow magniX works with electric flight innovators and entrepreneurs from around the worldHow to partner with magniXWhat’s ahead for magniX
36 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #41 - electric planes, with David Doral
Things we talk about in this episode:The story of Dante Aeronautical & David’s work in the aerospace sectorThe clean-sheet electrical plane Dante Aeronautical designedWhy Dante Aeronautical is now focusing on the hybrid-electric retrofit marketDante Aeronautical’s projects involving seaplanes, in Australia and SpainProspects for commercial electric flightNext milestones for Dante Aeronautical
62 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #40 - is executive aviation sustainable? with Adam Twidell & Kennedy Ricci
Things we talk about in this episode:-The story of PrivateFly-The story of 4Air-Can executive aviation be really sustainable?-How PrivateFly and 4Air work together to offset emissions-How do 4Air’s different tiers of environmental compliance work?-How new propulsion technologies can transform executive aviation-Can executive aviation be a testing ground for new green aviation tech?-Bitcoin and private jets
42 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #39 - crowdfunding the next gen aircraft seat, with Jeff O'Neill
How Jeff O’Neill came up with a disruptive idea for a next generation premium economy aircraft seat and crowdfunded its development.The Zephyr seat is a new two-level seat configuration designed for the premium economy class.In this episode Jeff shares his entrepreneurial story and the plans he has for Zephyr seat after having captured the attention of the public, media and investors.
37 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #38 - investing in aerospace startups, with François Chopard
François Chopard is the founder of Starburst, a startup accelerator and venture fund that specialized in aerospace innovation. From commercial aviation, sustainability, space tech and defence, François’ team reviews thousands of startups every year and backs the most promising ones.Listen to this episode for a conversation on the dynamics of aerospace entrepreneurship and the technology trends that will shape the ways we travel in decades to come.
41 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #37 - with Lukas Kaestner of Sustainable Aero Lab
Lukas Kaestner is the co-founder of Sustainable Aero Lab, a Hamburg-based startup accelerator that aims to nurture the new generation of sustainable aviation startups. He’s been in the podcast to share how they are going to do this and how Sustainable Aero Lab fits into the broader Hamburg aviation ecosystem.
32 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #36 - solar fuels for aviation, with Carmen Murer of Synhelion
Carmen Murer is the head of corporate communications at Synhelion, a Swiss startup that aims to produce sustainable aviation fuels from sunlight and water. This is a fascinating new technology that has drawn the attention of major aviation firms such as Lufthansa Group and Zurich airport.What are the pros and cons of this technology? What are the prospects of it becoming mainstream within this decade? Why synthetic aviation fuels can be an important tool in the quest to decarbonize aviation?Carmen answers to these and other questions on today’s episode of the podcast.
59 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #35 - green airports with Olav Mosvold Larsen of Avinor
Olav Mosvol Larsen, head of the carbon reduciton programme at Avinor, the firm that operates all of Norway’s airports, explains how airports can drive sustainability in the aviation industry.In this episode of the podcast, Olav explains how Avinor became a leader in aviation sustainability and how it is engaging with many other players in the Norwegian and international aviation ecosystem to push for ever more ambitious environmental targets.We also talk about the obstacles along the way towards green flying and Avinor is sorting them out to become a reference in the field of sustainable aviation.
31 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #34 - Air Race E, with Jeff Zaltman
The Air Race E is going to be the first all-electric air race. With the support of aviation giants such as Airbus, Jeff Zaltman, a veteran of the air racing world, is designing the ultimate air race with the technologies that are expected to define the future of aviation.How does Air Race E work? Where and when is the race going to take place? Who’s going to take part in it?Listen to today’s episode of the podcast for all the details!
52 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #33 - building an electric seaplane, with Tomas Brødreskift
Tomas Brødreskift is the founder and CEO of Equator Aircraft, a Norwegian startup that is developing an electric seaplane that promises to open the country’s many fjords and lakes to a carbon-free form fo transportation…and we shall add, “recreation” too, because the light seaplane model Equator Aircraft will have space for bikes, skis and even kayaks!Despite their versatility, seaplanes have an extra layer of complexity when compared with land planes and this gets compounded when you power it with an emerging, developing technology. In this episode we have a frank conversation with Tomas about these challenges and the difficulty of building a new aircraft type from scratch, but also about the transformative power of electric aviation and how it can be transformative for private aviation.
50 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #32 - with Neil Cloughley, founder of Faradair
Faradair is a British startup that intends to transform regional air mobility, for both passengers and cargo, with its BEHA (bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft), an eye-catching 18-seat hybrid-electric STOL aircraft with a triple staggered box wing. Its founder, Neil Cloughley comes on the pod to share the details about this project as well as its ambitious plans to build hundreds of this aircraft and operate them all over the world.
33 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
The Allplane Podcast #31 - carbon-free seaplanes, with Aaron Shaw
Sydney Seaplanes is the largest seaplane operator in Australia. Its founder and CEO, Aaron Shaw, has come on the podcast to share his plans to transition to a carbon-free fleet as soon as possible. In this episode we talk about seaplanes, entrepreneurship and, last but not least, about Aaron’s plans to make of Sydney Seaplanes a green aviation trailblazer.
38 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
The Allplane Podcast #30 - with Alexandre Feray, founder of Open Airlines
Alexandre Feray, a former Air France executive, founded Open Airlines when he saw the opportunity to develop software that helped airlines save fuel and lower carbon emissions.Open Airlines algorithms ingest lots of airline flight data to come up with actionable recommendations that pilots can use to fly smarter and more efficiently.In this episode of the podcast we talk with Alexandre about his entrepreneurial journey and about the ways technology can start contributing to lower aviation’s carbon footprint already today, without having to wait for a moonshot to succeed.
39 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
The Allplane Podcast #29 - with Ivo Boscarol, founder of Pipistrel
Ivo Boscarol is the founder and driving force behind Pipistrel, a leading player in the field of electric aircraft manufacturing. In this episode of the podcast we review Ivo’s story, from making gliders in Slovenia more than three decades ago, its push into electric aviation way before it was fashionable, the many records, awards and milestones achieved along the way as well as the ambitious growth plans of this family-owned aircraft maker…
49 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
The Allplane Podcast #28 - with David Gallezot, founder of Avions Mauboussin
French aerospace entrepreneur David Gazellot is paying homage to one of the pioneers of French aviation with its new green aviation project: Avions Mauboussin.David joins us on the podcast to explain this fascinating project to create a family of brand new hybrid STOL aircraft for regional air travel. And we also review, of course, the story of the historical Mauboussin, its time and its acomplishments.
34 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
The Allplane Podcast #27 - with Universal Hydrogen co-founder Jason Chua
Jason Chua is the COO of Universal Hydrogen. A veteran of Google, Airbus and United Technologies Jason has come on the podcast to explain Universal Hydrogen’s audacious plan to facilitate the adoption of hydrogen thanks to a truly innovative approach.Universal Hydrogen’s founders have taken their inspiration from the consumables business model - which has proven to be a big success for firms such as HP and Nestlé’s Nespresso - to come up with a system for airlines convert their aircraft to hydrogen propulsion while securing long term contracts to supply hydrogen capsules to power them.
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