fly sustainably without compromise

products

B1900D-HE Retrofit Product

Available seats: 15
Max payload: 1,500 kg (3,300 lb)
Range at max payload: 800 km (432 nm) +45min IFR
Max cruise speed: 500 km/h (270 kts) at 24,000 ft
Power plant: 2 x 955 kW at 1700 rpm
Entry into service: 2026

Our first product to market will modify a Beechcraft 1900D by replacing the conventional turbine engine and kerosene fuel system with our novel Hydrogen Electric Propulsion System (HEPS) and liquid hydrogen storage tank. During the modification, we will inspect and overhaul the airframe and avionics, as well as modernise the interior. Stralis intends to obtain a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for this product with CASA and the FAA.

SA-1 Clean Sheet Product

Available seats: approx. 45
Max payload: 5,000 kg (11,000 lb)
Range at max payload: 3,000 km (1620 nm) +45min IFR
Max cruise speed: 580 km/h (313 kts)
Entry into service: 2030

Incorporating learnings from the B1900D-HE program and customer inputs, Stralis will design a clean sheet aircraft optimised around hydrogen electric propulsion. An objective of this program is to offer improved operating costs and scalability.

SA-2 Future Product

Available seats: approx. 90
Max payload: 10,000 kg (22,000 lb)
Range at max payload: > 7,000 km (> 3,780 nm) +45min IFR
Max cruise speed: 700 km/h (375 kts)
Entry into service: 2035

This product will expand our aircraft portfolio and allow us to maximise our impact on aviation carbon emissions. It will compete against conventional regional and narrowbody aircraft in performance and cost.

team

Bob Criner
Co-founder & CEO

Bob has 17 years of international aerospace experience, working on the cutting edge of electric aircraft innovation for the past 5. Most recently, he supported Heart Aerospace and Ampaire with their electric propulsion system engineering development. He was an early member of the magniX team, helping define company strategy, product roadmap, certification and was the Head of Aircraft Integration. Earlier in his career, Bob worked at Makani (GoogleX) and held lead positions on Saab, Airbus, UTC, Gulfstream, Northrop Grumman and Boeing aircraft programs. Bob studied aerospace engineering at UNSW.

Stuart Johnstone
Co-founder & CTO

Stuart worked as a propulsion engineer at Ampaire where he developed the integrated system model and Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation. Before this Stuart was the electric motor design team lead at magniX, utilising his expertise in electromagnetic and thermal modelling. Earlier in his career, Stuart worked in cryogenics and superconductivity. Stuart studied Physics at the University of Glasgow.