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Our mission is to re-invent aviation in a sustainable way, by creating a way to travel ecologically responsibly, leaving almost no direct or indirect harmful emissions at all, while improving the economy of air travel and making flying enjoyable again – be it for business, work, or leisure. Our company is pre-revenue, and we intend to apply for certification under the new FAA MOSAIC rules once they are released and in effect.

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Reasons to Invest

  • MySky ECO is developing the MySky MS-1L, an eco-friendly aircraft that is the first of five steps to make net zero emission aviation a reality.
  • The global market size of the industry was valued at $359.3 billion in 2020 (source).
  • Current trends show that people want to do their part to help mitigate the climate crisis, and reducing the carbon footprint of a public-facing industry such as aviation aligns with those values (source).


We put the "eco" in "ecological" and "economical"

*The above is a photo of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.


The world is in the midst of a serious climate crisis. One significant contributor of the carbon footprint is the airline industry, which is responsible for a growing percentage of all global carbon dioxide emissions (source). Given the interconnectivity of the world, aircrafts are a necessity for family cohesion and businesses throughout the world. At MySky ECO, we are in the process of developing an eco-friendly aircraft that we believe can cut pollution AND fuel costs.

*The above is a photo of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.

Our plane, the MySky MS-1L is a sleek, modern aircraft that we intend to re-engineer to emit much less contamination. We plan to combine modern technology and innovative design into a five-step plan that will lead us to almost net-zero emission flying, and it starts with the MySky MS-1L. Simply put, we believe that we have discovered an economic argument for being eco-friendly.

THE problem

Aviation is a known contributor of greenhouse gases

The unfortunate truth is that aircrafts release a significant amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. In fact, the average Boeing 737 produces 90 kg of CO2 per hour (source). While many airlines are scrambling to curb their carbon output, the world needs a more immediate answer to the climate crisis. Flying is a necessity, as hundreds of millions of people travel on planes every year (source). If we are to sustain this level of travel, then the world needs a mode of aviation with radically lower carbon pollution. Eco-friendly flying must become a reality.

the solution

MySky ECO has a five-step plan to achieve sustainable aviation

We have developed a five-step plan to zero emission flying, and it all starts with the MySkyECO MS-1L. By using small airplanes, we believe we can rapidly evolve the technology and design of the MySky MS-1L to become scalable for commercial operations. We believe that our approach yields a fast evolution and requires modest financial resources. Better yet, in our opinion, the design principles and technology we develop can be applied to large planes, thus possibly reducing an airplane's carbon footprint on a potentially massive scale (source).

*The above is a photo of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.

This five-step process is designed to not only revolutionize the aviation market as we know it, but we are also aiming to help phase out our dependence on fossil fuels. As we develop these phases, we intend to produce and market our clean, conventional, and electric planes to airlines to use as training aircrafts in their flight schools. 

We plan to reinforce the structure of MySky MS-1L using only carbon fiber and upgrade to the clean-running Rotax 915 iS. We believe these changes alone a reduce its carbon footprint by 50% over comparable flight training aircraft. 

*The above is a rendering of a future product. Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.

While it is true that the battery energy density is not there yet to drive an all-purpose aircraft, we believe a new and important market segment is opening up for us. In the future, we hope that a pure-electric airplane can fulfill certain missions in a commercial flight training environment while saving money, reducing noise, and operating with zero direct emissions.

*The above is a rendering of a future product. Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.

This opens another potential market opportunity for us: We believe that infrastructure for electric airplanes is needed at flight schools and service providers (FBOs) at airports all over the world.

Step 3 is implementing this electric plane with a range extender, the MS-1eh. 

*Rendering of plan for MS-1eh Powertrain. Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is currently under development.

As long as the battery capacity/weight ratio is not up to par, electric aircraft with range extenders are a big step forward. They are not completely emission free, but the emissions could be significantly reduced. On the street, we believe that this would be called a hybrid. And we believe that hybrids will continue to be a big help in reducing emissions on the ground.

*Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development.

With step 4, we plan to revolutionize the propulsion industry by implementing a rotary engine, running clean and efficient because of our newly developed laser ignition (we have a patent pending). 

We currently plan on the rotary engine running on Jet-A, which is available globally. We believe that new jet fuels from renewable sources would be available shortly after.

*Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development.

We intend on teaming up with AIE of England to adapt their 650S with 120 HP for MS-1r to run on Jet-A.

Lastly, we plan to convert this engine to run on hydrogen, stored in solid state - which we are in the process of perfecting. This would be called the MySkyECO MS-1rH.

Of all combustion engines, the rotary (or Wankel) engine lends itself to run on hydrogen, leaving behind nothing but water vapor. Large turbine engines can also be converted to run clean on hydrogen with relatively modest effort.


We also intend to offer a way to generate Green Hydrogen where it is needed.

Hydrogen – Yes! But not like that:

*The above contains a video and image of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market. 

We are working with Plasma Kinetics of Scottsdale, Arizona. Plasma Kinetics has developed a way to produce, store, and distribute hydrogen in a renewable, safe, ecological, and cost-effective way.


Plasma Kinetics generates green hydrogen from renewable energy and stores it in a solid state in roll-off/roll-up canisters. Canisters can’t catch fire, let alone explode, and they are temperature stable up to 400⁰ C. The hydrogen is stored in light-activated film using laser beams for storing and releasing.

*Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development.

THE Market

We are making large-scale breakthroughs with small airplanes

Even though there was a 50% reduction in domestic passenger traffic globally due to the pandemic in 2020 (source), the Global Airlines market size is still estimated to be worth $785.6 billion in 2022 (source). True, eco-friendly change on a scale this big could possibly take decades we don’t have, so our approach is to transform small airplanes into net zero flying machines in just a few years. While we are still in the development phase, we are already seeing great demand for our products.

*The above is a video of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.

We plan to have our aircrafts be incredibly useful and versatile for flight training, aerial observation, UAV, recreational activities, banner towing, and many other uses. We believe these planes will set themselves apart from the competition by boasting superior fuel-efficiency, sustainability, and modern technology. 

our traction

The MySkyECO MS-1L is already taking flight

The moment we debuted the MySky MS-1, it began making waves. In fact, its first flight immediately caught the attention of the international aviation press. It was displayed at Airventure Oshkosh, the world-famous airshow the same year.  Our MySky MS-1 has already proven its efficiency and legitimacy with over a thousand flights and more than four hundred flight hours. In our opinion, this success has laid the foundation for our five-step plan to come to fruition.


We have moved into a new hangar with more space for us to start the production of MySkyECO MS-1L as a certified aircraft. We are constantly working to develop breakthroughs in eco-friendly technology with companies such as Rotax, Plasma Kinetics, AIE, Verdego Aero, EPS and Emrax.

why invest

Join us as we make green aviation a reality

Aviation is a staple of the modern world, and we aim to make it as sustainable for the planet as it is important to our lives. We believe MySky ECO, Inc., has the leadership, technology, and know-how to revolutionize flying as we know it. Our engineering and design teams are making constant progress on eco-friendly breakthroughs that we believe will help reduce the carbon footprint of this multibillion-dollar industry. Help our goals take flight and become a shareholder in MySky ECO, Inc.

*The above is a photo of the presently flying prototype. The product is still currently under development and is not yet available on the market.


5889 S Williamson Blvd, Suite 1329
Port Orange, FL 32128

Our mission is to re-invent aviation in a sustainable way, by creating a way to travel ecologically responsibly, leaving almost no direct or indirect harmful emissions at all, while improving the economy of air travel and making flying enjoyable again – be it for business, work, or leisure. Our company is pre-revenue, and we intend to apply for certification under the new FAA MOSAIC rules once they are released and in effect.


Dieter Canje
Dieter Canje

Dieter Canje started flying airplanes (gliders) at age 15 in Germany. At age 16 he took his first dual lesson in a powered airplane (J3-C) in Switzerland. In the following year he attended a private pilot course in Switzerland.

After a couple years in the German Air Force, he added FAA licenses (CPL, IFR, CFI, CFII, AGI) while still in Germany in 1968. A few years later he added FAA ME and SEAS. Because a borderline vision deficiency (they were stricter for Class I at the time) he left commercial aviation but continued to be in touch and always flew airplanes for his own transportation.

He then started an entrepreneurial career and formed a number of corporations, initially in Germany, and starting in 1991 also in the United States. MySky Aircaft was formed in 2007 as a Nevada Corporation and was 2012 domesticated as a Florida Corporation.

Dieter serves full time as chairman of the board of MySky ECO, Inc.

Grant Desmarais
Grant Desmarais

Grant Desmarais began to fly at the age of fourteen in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where he worked to put himself through a local flight school soloing on his 16th birthday.

As a young man, he continued to fly and study aviation. Grant attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. There, he attained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Aviation while in his free time working as an aircraft broker. Grant focused on many international deals that were a welcome challenge untouched by other brokers.

Grant continued to complete his Master’s Degree of Business Administration (MBAA) in Aviation in 2008 while developing and eventually selling Aero Controller, one of the largest online aviation sales platforms in the world. Grant is currently a commercial, multi engine, and instrument rated pilot with a wide range of experience in different aircraft.

Renate Canje
Renate Canje
Managing Director

Renate was trained as a tax and business administration specialist in Germany.

She organized the administration of all businesses which she formed together with Dieter beginning in the seventies. Since the early 90s she also oversaw the administration of all their enterprises in the USA. Among them a flight school and a marketing company.

She serves full time as Managing Director on the board of MySky ECO, Inc.

Jeremy Maswary

Jeremy Maswary

Head of Strategy

Jeremy Maswary started to fly at age 8 with his father and started getting flight instruction at 13 years old. Flying out of Farmingdale Airport in NY Jeremy earned his Private Pilot License before heading to college at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Jeremy then spent some time flying Metroliners for FedEx feeder routes out of Puerto Rico before deciding that airline flying wasn’t the career he wanted to pursue. 

Returning to Daytona Beach he enrolled in his MBA in Finance and Airport Management, graduating in 2008. After graduating from Embry Riddle Jeremy embarked on a career in investment banking working at Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, and Luma Financial Technologies in a variety of roles from Sales to Technology. Jeremy has spent most of his time in the areas of Exotic Derivatives, Flow Derivatives, and Structured Notes and CDs.   

Still an avid aviator flying as often as the weather and time allows, Jeremy is bringing his banking background, lifelong passion for aviation, and experience in both product management and strategy to MySky to help drive the company forward into a new era in Aviation. Jeremy has his Commercial Sigle and Mutli Engine land, Instrument license, and also his Rotorcraft license. 

Jeremy serves as Head of Strategy for MySky Eco, Inc.


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$1,000+ | 2nd Tier

Tier 1 level perk + Performance hat with MySkyECO logo

$2,500+ | 3rd Tier

All Tier 2 level perks + MySkyECO Flight Bag

$5,000+ | 4th Tier

All Tier 3 level perks + 3D printed model of MySkyECO MS-1e

$10,000+ | 5th Tier

All Tier 4 level perks + Meet the team. Spend an afternoon at the MySkyECO factory, meet the team members, and experience a demo flight in MySky MS-1L

$20,000+ | 6th Tier

All Tier 5 level perks + Receive an early production slot for MySkyECO MS-1L (starting at serial #11) at an 8% price discount off the MS-1L purchase price

$50,000+ | 7th Tier

All Tier 6 level perks + Receive an early production slot for MySkyECO MS-1e (starting at serial #5) at an 8% price discount off the MS-1e purchase price

*In order to receive perks from an investment, one must submit a single investment in the same offering that meets the minimum perk requirement. Bonus shares from perks will not be granted if an investor submits multiple investments that, when combined, meet the perk requirement. All perks occur when the offering is completed.

The 10% StartEngine Owners' Bonus

MySky ECO, Inc. will offer 10% additional bonus shares for all investments that are committed by investors that are eligible for the StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. OWNer's bonus.

This means eligible StartEngine shareholders will receive a 10% bonus for any shares they purchase in this offering. For example, if you buy 100 shares of Class B Non-Voting Common Stock at $3.20/share, you will receive 10 additional shares of Non-Voting Common Stock, meaning you'll own 110 shares for $320. Fractional shares will not be distributed and share bonuses will be determined by rounding down to the nearest whole share.

This 10% Bonus is only valid during the investor's eligibility period. Investors eligible for this bonus will also have priority if they are on a waitlist to invest and the company surpasses its maximum funding goal. They will have the first opportunity to invest should room in the offering become available if prior investments are canceled or fail.

Investors will receive the highest single bonus they are eligible for among the bonuses based on the amount invested and time of offering elapsed (if any). Eligible investors will also receive the Owner’s Bonus in addition to the aforementioned bonus.

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We will not incur any irregular use of proceeds.



It's entirely feasible!

Brand new: Elon Musk’s opinion about developing large electric aircraft: “It’s entirely feasible!” 

And in April 2022 he announced a future Tesla model running on hydrogen - after discounting the idea previously.


Do electric cars really do more damage to the environment than gas powered cars?

Claims that electric cars require an excessive amount of oil or coal energy to charge have appeared on social media. But they are largely incorrect or misleading. View this link:

It takes 70 pounds of coal to produce the energy required to charge a 66 kWh electric car battery. Or about 8 gallons of oil – a tiny fraction of the 6 barrels claimed on one social media source. 

So, how do electric vehicles and conventional gas cars compare on emissions over distance? In the US, electric cars produce on the average about 100 grams of CO2 per mile – using electricity from the grid.

That is 60% less than a gas-powered car with good gas mileage – like 30 mpg.

An electric car – even if charged from the average grid – is a big step forward for the environment. But typically, electric cars in the US are not charged using only energy generated from coal or oil. The US grid uses a variety of sources and oil and coal combined make up only about 20%.

Other sources include natural gas (less carbon-intensive) and even cleaner energy sources like nuclear power plants, solar and wind energy with the additional benefit of reduced air pollutants.

The benefit of an electric vehicle for the environment is convincing today and will even improve with the addition of more renewable energy sources to the electric grid in the US.


The Connection Between CO2 and Contrails

Actually, there is none. Although high-flying jet airplanes emit a large amount of it, the CO2 in the exhaust is not at all responsible for the white streaks. They are called contrails, which is short for condensation trail.

Contrails are clouds that form when water vapor condenses and freezes around small particles (aerosols) in aircraft exhaust at high altitudes.

Water vapor is a byproduct of all combustion processes. It is part of the exhaust that your car emits. Normally you don’t see it. In cold temperatures you might once in a while experience it.

So, while CO2 is certainly hurting the environment, it has nothing to do with contrails. They seem to have a negative influence on the climate as well. But getting rid of CO2 in the exhaust does not automatically mean that there will be no contrails. 

But, although a turbine engine burning hydrogen emits no CO2 at all, there might still be some contrails. But we can expect there would be significantly less of the persistent ones. The small particles (aerosols) needed for condensation will be far less than when burning jet fuel.


Hydrogen and the Airline Industry

Towards the end of last year, Rolls-Royce successfully tested their first hydrogen powered jet engine. Read more about this here:

About the same time, American Airlines announced that they were making an equity investment in Universal Hydrogen:

Earlier last year, in March, Delta Airlines and Airbus announced that they “will collaborate on industry-leading research to accelerate the development of a hydrogen-powered aircraft and the ecosystem it requires.”

This is only to mention just a few. There is almost no major player in the world of aviation who does not see that we must do something to make aviation sustainable.

This is a major trend in the industry – and we are proud to be a part of it.


When we all fly electric or hydrogen powered airplanes, where do we get the energy from?

MySkyECO MS-1e in front of our hangar

Sometimes we are told that the grid will not be able to handle the energy demand if electric cars are the norm. And now aircraft are going to add more stress to the system?

First, the assumption does not seem to be correct. The grid could easily outgrow the demand - which will not arise overnight.

On the other hand, decentralized power generation will probably play a much larger role in the future than we can imagine today. Just an example: This is a drone view of our hangar roof (In the Spruce Creek Fly-in community):

Drone Flight Photo: Stefan Buntenbach

Admittedly, this is quite a large hangar. But not out of the ordinary. A flight school might operate out of a hangar of easily this size. 

Now let’s assume that we fill the roof area with photovoltaic panels. Like this:

Depending on the panel size, we could fit between 220 and 300 photovoltaic panels on our roof. Here in Florida, we could expect to generate 855 KW per day – on average. Enough to power MS-1e for 17h. The investment is not inexpensive. But it could be amortized in less than four years.

It is not true that ecologically responsible aviation has to be expensive. We will make the opposite a reality. If done right, totally emission free flying will be the most economical way to travel.

Admittedly, we are in Florida, and we have lots of sunshine here. But we are not No 1 in solar power potential in the US. 8 other states beat us. Including Wyoming and Oklahoma. Who would have thought?


“Bringing the Global Energy Industry to Discuss Paths to Net-Zero”

It seems to be a slogan used by one of the environmental organizations. But that is not where I found it. This ad popped up on my screen when I was researching something about petroleum:

It seems to be a slogan used by one of the environmental organizations. But that is not where I found it. This ad popped up on my screen when I was researching something about petroleum:

It is the motto of the 2023 24th World Petroleum Congress.

You would think that “Big Oil” would be our most fierce adversary. They are not. They are all working on solutions for the very same problem that we are trying to get a handle on. They might work on different ways to achieve the goal. And there are different ways to achieve it.

In our case, we are attacking one of the more difficult problems: net-zero aviation.

It is more difficult because on an airplane there is limited space. And weight is a major concern on airplanes. But to quote Frank Sinatra: “When you can make it there, you can make it anywhere!”

This was one of his greatest hits. He was talking about personal success in New York City. Still, the idea is the same: If we can make aviation net-zero, we will probably have a solution that can be brought to all industries.

This is a link to the 24th Petroleum Congress’ website:


About the Different “Colors” of Hydrogen

What do the different “colors” of hydrogen mean?


Hydrogen Molecule

Hydrogen Molecule


Hydrogen is an invisible gas, it does not smell and - of course - is not colored in any way. But why is there so much talk about the "different colors of hydrogen"?


It is because not all hydrogen is created equal. Hydrogen can be produced in a number of different ways. The different colors are assigned to hydrogen depending on how sustainable its production process is. 


After all, if you are using hydrogen to generate the energy for your car, plane, or to heat your house, there is not so much benefit to the environment if this hydrogen were to be generated using power from a power plant burning brown coal.


The color codes are not really universally standardized. In some countries the kind of hydrogen mentioned before would be called Black Hydrogen. For our purpose we will concentrate on Grey Hydrogen, Blue Hydrogen, and Green Hydrogen, the three most popular hydrogen designations used in the US.


Grey Hydrogen

Most of the hydrogen produced today is grey hydrogen. It is made from fossil fuels or natural gas. It is relatively inexpensive, but it is unfortunately the least sustainable form of hydrogen production.


Blue Hydrogen

The very same processes to create grey hydrogen are used to produce blue hydrogen. The significant difference is that CO2 is captured during the process and stored separately. No CO2 is allowed to escape into the environment. The process is called CSS – standing for “Carbon Capture and Storage”.


Green Hydrogen

Renewable sources such as wind and solar power are used to generate the energy to produce green hydrogen. The hydrogen and oxygen molecules are separated using electrolysis, a technique applying electrical energy to water. Utilizing renewable sources instead of fossil fuels is crucial for the production of green hydrogen. It creates a closed loop of sustainable energy in which harmful gases are never a byproduct of the process, making it the ideal alternative to fossil fuels. 

In the future, if hydrogen is generated from renewable energy sources and water, it should also be the least expensive form of hydrogen


New Press Article about the MySkyECO Project

This article was published yesterday (December 21, 2022) on Dan Johnson Media.

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Dieter Canje


4 months ago

Hi Khaleedow, Yes, we do. We have postponed our marketing campaign until now because around Christmas and New Year is not a good time raise interest. We are starting now and expect to successful soon.



Khaleedow Bright

4 months ago

Hello, Do you need more investors for your campaign?



Dieter Canje


6 months ago

Thank you for your question, Nicholas! We are watching Liquid Piston very closely. As of now, it looks like they will not be ready, with an engine in the power class we need, in time for our project. Presently, we are looking at the more traditional Wankel design. It never got much traction in the automobile world as it has some terrible drawbacks. These are: lack of efficiency, very bad emissions, and very hot exhaust gases. Interestingly, all of these go away once you use hydrogen as fuel. Laser ignition will improve efficiency and emissions even more. But Liquid Piston continues to be on our radar. Dieter



Nicholas Gessner

6 months ago

Your rotary engine. How do you differ from Liquid Piston?




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