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Old 10th Jun 2018, 17:14
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I am concerned to follow news and causes of fire in the air 10 mins after take off, a week ago in Hungary
Aerobatic 2 seater E-Fusion.
Is there a suitable Web?
Reason, my son is in usa just about to start start test flights on an electric

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Old 11th Jun 2018, 04:37
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A quick search gave the following results - neither very informative, I'm afraid, but probably as expected given that the crash only occurred just over a week ago on May 31st, 2018. Crash investigations, especially ones involving new technology, take some time to come to a meaningful conclusion.
Official announcement - Air crash on 31 May 2018 - Magnus Aircraft
ELECTRIC-POWERED MAGNUS EFUSION CRASH IN HUNGARY KILLS TWO | Article - Fri 01 Jun 2018 09:11:22 PM UTC | airsoc.com.
My condolences to the families of the crew.
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Old 11th Jun 2018, 17:44
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I've seen various internet discussions, but nothing very informative.

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