Murrayfield Airport to unveil FlyOnE electric aviation charge node

Samantha Ferguson
Updated October 12 2022 - 2:18pm, first published October 7 2022 - 5:00pm
Murrayfield Airport will host an electric aviation charge node by FlyOnE. Picture supplied.
Murrayfield Airport will host an electric aviation charge node by FlyOnE. Picture supplied.

Royal Aero Club of WA's annual Murrayfield Airport open day event on October 8 will feature an Australian aviation first, with the official opening of a FlyOnE electric aviation charge node.

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Samantha Ferguson

Samantha Ferguson is a journalist at the Mandurah Mail. She is an entertainment, sport, crime, community and education journalist with a special interest in investigative pieces and human interest stories.

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