Bye Aerospace Announces SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund Investment

10
Jan

Bye Aerospace Announces SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund Investment
Investment is All-Electric “Sun Flyer” Developer’s Largest to Date

DENVER, Colorado – January 10, 2019 – Bye Aerospace, Inc., the developer of the “Sun Flyer” family of electric aircraft, has announced the completion of a major investment by the SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund.

Bye Aerospace is an aerospace engineering company that designs and builds advanced electric aircraft for the general aviation and aerospace/defense markets. The investment, which closed on November 6, 2018, will be used to advance the FAA certification process for the Sun Flyer 2 electric plane. The Sun Flyer 2 is expected to be the first electric aircraft certified by the FAA.

George E. Bye, Founder and CEO of Bye Aerospace, expressed his gratitude for the investment. “On behalf of our team, my sincere thanks to the SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund for their vision, their passion for our industry and their belief in electric propulsion,” he said. “This is Bye Aerospace’s largest individual investment to date.”

Itaru Ueda, Manager of the SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund, said, “We believe Sun Flyer 2 will be the first electric airplane to receive FAR Part 23 type certification. Electric aircraft are receiving lots of attention, and we expect the future of small electric airplanes to be led by Bye Aerospace.”

About SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund
SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund is a jointly established private fund between Subaru Corporation and SBI Investment Co., Ltd. The Fund will invest in promising start-up companies in Japan and internationally that are expected to generate business synergies in Subaru Corporation’s existing and prospective business areas.
About Bye Aerospace, Inc.
Bye Aerospace is an award-winning aerospace development firm developing the “Sun Flyer” family of all-electric aircraft. For more information, go to Bye Aerospace.

 




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