A pioneering aviator and entrepreneur shares his vision for the carbon-free, multimodal future of aviation. In 2002, Erik Lindbergh retraced his grandfather’s famous transatlantic solo in a single-engine Lancair Columbia 300. That flight raised over $1 million for the XPRIZE and gave birth to the commercial spaceflight industry. Having made history, Lindbergh today is at work making the future. He is a co-founder of VerdgGo, a company designing engines for advanced air mobility vehicles. He also leads the ForeverFlight initiative, advancing zero-carbon fuels for aviation, and he promotes aviation education. Join NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen for an intimate and forward-looking conversation with Lindbergh at the Museum of Flight. The interview will be introduced by EBAA Secretary-General Athar Husain Khan.
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