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Browsing the "electric vertical takeoff and landing" Tag

ASR Says It Has A Parachute For Every eVTOL Aircraft

January 4th, 2020 | by Nicolas Zart

Aviation Safety Resources (ASR) — a leading parachute safety company that won one of Revolution.Aero’s competitions earlier this year — says it has a parachute system that will work with eVTOL aircraft, even at low altitudes. I recently spoke with Larry Williams, CEO of ASR, on how the company’s parachute technology works, its application for eVTOL aircraft, and public perception


Lilium Jet Accomplishes 3-Minute Test Flight

December 21st, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

The Munich-based aviation startup Lilium Jet has been busy and recently released a video of its successful 3-minute test flight on October 1st. Lilium tested controllability with banked turns in transition flight needed before certification and commercialization


The NBAA Pushes Electric Air Mobility In The Las Vegas Limelight

October 27th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) outdid itself this year. Electric urban air mobility (UAM) was present with new players Jaunt Air Mobility, the fascinating XTI Aircraft, Uber Elevate, Bell, Boeing, and Airbus. What was so special about it this year? It wasn't the timid show of electric UAM shows of the past. Can you say, "They're here...?"


The Airbus Vahana Flies

October 25th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

Airbus electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) development might not be as fast-paced as startups' development, but it is making progress nonetheless. Here's what's new with the Airbus Vahana e



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