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Vertical aerospace manufactures 'flying car' with stronger aspiration

Vertical aerospace manufactures 'flying car' with stronger aspiration

Vertical aerospace is a UK startup that built and piloted all-electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL). Strange what it might seem, it is not particularly unique of 2021. There are too many hybrid drone helicopters that have been tested around the world. To make Vertical stand out is the company's more realistic approach to the usefulness of "flight vehicles".

The unmanned demonstration machine weighs 750 kg (about 1,600 lbs), crossing the Cotswolds Airport in Gloucestershire in early summer, was implemented as part of the company's first flight test. Vertical Aerospace wants to start full-service "air taxi" service by 2022, but it is planned to do it by pilot rather than absolute to comply with effective air regulation. The company believes that it can overcome regulatory and safety problems by providing fixed aircraft that utilize existing innovations rather than promising better results.

Stephen Fitzpatrick, founder and CEO of Vertical Aerospace, says: "We are investing in technological change in the aerospace industry, but we are actually trying to operate it after 4 years applying it to something. Reuters Recently.

Other dramatic flight vehicles are making efforts to launch autonomous aircraft early in the next decade. These competitors not only giant companies like Airbus and Uber, but also …

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