Introducing the world’s first all-electric self-charging luxury business jet

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March
2021

US-based technology start-up, Panhwar Jet, is introducing the world’s first all-electric self-charging luxury business jet.

Panhwar Jet, a US-based technology start-up is introducing to the aviation world, the world’s first all-electric self-charging luxury business jet, designed especially for business owners, senior executives, and private charter companies.

Speaking about their services, a company executive, said: "our dynamic team at Panhwar Jet Inc have achieved a crucial milestone towards building a self-charging all-electric luxury business jet. It will cost under $200 to carry up to 8 passengers from Los Angeles to New York without touching down and zero emissions. I want to thank all our heroes Vice President Kamala Harris, Bill Gates, and congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who inspired us to make our planet first.

The environmentally friendly all-electric aircraft have been seen as the future of aviation. This is because carbon-intensive, fossil-fueled aircraft has long been a contributing factor to global warming and climate change. According to available statistics, a passenger traveling in a private aircraft emits around four to 15 times the emissions of an economy-class passenger — and between 75 and 250 times the CO2 of a comparable high-speed rail journey. This is a problem Panhwar Jet is set to eliminate with its all-electric self-charging luxury business jet.

With the world hoping electric aircraft technology will be a reality in 10 years, the brilliant minds at Panhwar Jet have brought the future now. With a competent team, the Panhwar jet can fly from Los Angeles to New York without touching down at the speed of 370 miles per hour. The jet will be replete with state-of-the-art

features such as

  • Self-charging technology
  • Spacious, luxurious cabin
  • Video conferencing
  • VR fitness
  • Entertainment

Awe-inspiring contemporary lounge chair, among other exciting features. We pledge to hire 50% of our employees from the veteran's community to thank and show support, and appreciation for our servicemen and women."