VoltAero is set to make its U.S. debut of the Cassio 330. The company’s CEO and Chief Technology Officer, Jean Botti, will introduce the Cassio 330 and provide insights into VoltAero’s roadmap for the development and production of the Cassio aircraft family on Tuesday, July 25, 2023, at 11:30 a.m. at the EAA AirVenture Booth #429.
The North American unveiling of the Cassio 330 comes just weeks after the prototype was showcased at the Paris Air Show. VoltAero, under the leadership of Jean Botti, is bringing the future of e-aviation to Oshkosh by showcasing the groundbreaking Cassio aircraft. The Cassio 330 on display will feature a passenger interior and cutting-edge Quantum avionics from Avidyne, which is the first application of their new-generation 14-inch dual PFD/MFD configuration. This collaboration highlights Avidyne’s exclusive agreement with VoltAero to develop and supply the Cassio 330’s avionics.
In addition to the Cassio 330, VoltAero’s newest strategic investor, Kawasaki, will unveil hydrogen-powered thermal engines designed to power future versions of the Cassio aircraft. This marks a significant milestone for Kawasaki as it charts its path into the general aviation market.
VoltAero’s Cassio represents a new era in general aviation with its patented electric-hybrid propulsion system. This technology enables safe, quiet, efficient, and eco-friendly flight, setting the Cassio apart from conventional aircraft. With the Cassio 330 leading the way, the family of 5-12 seat aircraft offers versatility for various applications, including air taxi/charter, commercial flights, cargo, postal delivery, Medevac, and private ownership. VoltAero’s modular design strategy ensures that these aircraft share significant commonality, enhancing efficiency and reducing costs.
The U.S. debut of VoltAero’s electric-hybrid aircraft family is a significant milestone in the advancement of sustainable aviation. With innovative propulsion systems and forward-thinking design, VoltAero is leading the charge in transforming the industry. The introduction of the Cassio 330 and the company’s roadmap for future development and production signals a promising future for clean and efficient air transportation.
Why it’s important: VoltAero’s electric-hybrid aircraft family represents a crucial step towards sustainable aviation. By combining electric and hybrid propulsion technologies, these aircraft offer safe, quiet, efficient, and eco-friendly flight capabilities. With applications ranging from air taxi services to cargo delivery, these innovative aircraft have the potential to revolutionize the aviation industry and reduce its environmental impact.