The Eviation Alice electric jet’s interior is looking spectacular
Eviation has unveiled interior design rendered images for their Eviation Alice electric jet. In stunning fashion, the interior space within one of Alice’s airline classes is equipped beautifully with roomy cabins and panoramic windows.
Earlier this year, Eviation revealed the production version of the Eviation Alice electric jet aircraft but the range was limited to 440 nautical miles. However given the aircraft’s size, which is larger than other battery-electric aircraft designs to date, it is still viable for many short flights. Very pleasantly viable.
Showcasing the “Executive” class, the Eviation Alice electric jet is set up with a spacious cabin for six passengers measured 6’4” in width and 16.5”x22” panoramic windows. Passengers can enjoy the plush seats with foldable tables, personal power outlets, and USB slots. Eviation claims that they have a best-in-class 100 cubic foot baggage compartment with a baggage allowance of 850 pounds. Other features of the cabin include a fully equipped galley, bathroom, and closet.
When commetating on the executive cabin, Eviation CEO Omer Bar-Yohay stated, “Alice’s executive cabin is the epitome of pure all-electric elegance, and a magnificent blend of beauty and technology. We are shaping the future of travel through electric aviation and it’s thrilling to offer a glimpse into what business travel can and will look like in the very near-term. Our executive cabin concept elevates the industry standard for interior design for this class of aircraft.”
The other configuration of the Eviation Alice electric jet is the “Commuter” class which has a passenger capacity of nine and also space for 850 pounds of luggage. The cargo volume is listed at 450 cubic feet and designed for quick loading and unloading for faster turnaround times. These specs would make the Commuter class less popular but still practical.
According to the Washington state-based company, Alice is a short-haul regional aircraft, not a mid-range jet, with much lower operational expenses while having a payload of 2,500 pounds. Eviation is currently taking orders for both versions of Alice and aims to begin deliveries in 2026.