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The world’s first electric plane, built by an American company and unveiled at the Farnborough Air Show last month, has been hailed by critics as the first fully-fledged, commercially viable electronic aircraft.

The electrically powered plane, which uses lithium-ion batteries and uses the world’s cheapest, most efficient lithium-polymer electrolyte, was unveiled by Boeing and Rolls-Royce.

The electric plane has a maximum speed of 50kph (31mph) and can take off and land in under 10 minutes.

The plane is powered by two batteries, and the electric propeller has been designed to be used for landing.

The plane was built by a Japanese firm and has the advantage of being entirely electric and has been flying for more than a year.

It uses a combination of lithium-oxygonides and lithium-air batteries, but it is still not a fully electric plane.

Its batteries can be made from nickel-hydroxide, lithium-iron phosphate, lithium iron phosphate or zinc-iron oxide, and it uses hydrogen as the fuel.

The electric plane was also the first of its kind in the world, although it was powered by electricity from an internal generator.

Its performance has been compared to a 747 aircraft.

Boeing’s electric plane is also the world first to be built with a lithium-propellant (LiP) battery.

This has a low cost and the battery is also made from aluminum, which is lighter than the nickel-based battery used in other planes.

It was designed to use an energy storage system for power, but the company says it could be a competitor to the lithium-battery technology used in commercial aircrafts.

The company said that the electric plane can be operated at an altitude of up to 50,000ft, but could fly at speeds up to 100kph in the air.

The power can be used to provide power for up to four people, and its range can be extended to around 120km.

The company is also working on a small-scale electric vehicle for commercial use.

Rolls-Rio has a lithium battery that it plans to sell to the government.

The lithium-hydrogen battery is being developed by Rolls-Roig, a unit of German aerospace giant Thales Alenia Space.

It is being used in the Boeing Electric Plane.

The Boeing plane uses a battery made from lithium-metal hydride, which was developed by American company Panasonic.

Rolls said that its battery has a lifespan of up “20,000 hours” and is an improvement on the current batteries that can be found in commercial jets.

Rolls also said that lithium-carbonate is being trialled as an alternative fuel.

Rolls will sell lithium-platinum as an electrode, and Rolls is working on developing lithium-titanium as an electrolyte.

Rolls is also developing the technology to convert lithium-oxalate to lithium-borate.

Budget-minded, electric planes have been around for some time.

The Airbus A330-300 and Boeing 737-800 are two examples of such aircraft.

The A330 was the first aircraft to be powered by an electric battery and the 737 was the world record holder for the fastest plane to fly without using a conventional engine.

The first commercial electric plane with an electric engine, however, was the Germanwings Airbus A320-200, which flew for a record four hours, 30 minutes and 47 seconds in February this year.

The Boeing electric plane looks like a plane from the future, with a pair of small winglets and two fins to control the speed of the aircraft.

It has a vertical tail with a flexible tailboom, which the plane can fold down and move to the side, and a landing gear that can retract for landing or takeoff.

It has been developed in collaboration with Rolls-royale, and Boeing has supplied the lithium batteries.

Rolls and Boeing have also partnered with Swiss company Helium Technologies to build the batteries, which are being sold under the Boeing brand.

The Rolls-roys lithium-sulphur batteries are the best known battery of its class.

They are based on a technology developed by the Swiss company, Helium, and are made from sodium.

They have a capacity of up 1,300 milliwatts, which means that each kilowatt of electricity produced from them generates a kilowatts of power.

The batteries are manufactured in a facility in South Carolina and they are manufactured with lithium hydroxide in two different types of electrolyte: one for the plane’s internal batteries, one for a lithium oxygen electrode.

Rolls says that the electrolyte is more stable than lithium oxide.

The battery is rated at 50,600 volts and can store up to 5,000 kilowats of energy.

The two batteries can have different sizes and can also have a range of up 30km.

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