Single eVTOL developed by a Swedish company

The single-person multicopter developed by the Swedish company is not the most advanced of eVTOLs and its 20-minute operating time makes it not really suitable for A to B. However, the few who have booked the small flying vehicle in time will be able to get into the drone next year, which has a top speed of more than 100 km/h.

Airbus tests auxiliary electric drive

Airbus Helicopters has started trials of a backup electric propulsion system on the H130, which serves as the company’s flight laboratory. The project, which is supported by the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC), aims to improve the flight safety of single-engine helicopters in the event of a power failure.

Hydrogen-powered aircraft being considered for introduction in New Zealand

Airbus and Air New Zealand have signed an agreement to jointly explore ways to bring hydrogen-powered aircraft to New Zealand. According to a statement from the airline, the two parties are the first in the Asia-Pacific region to begin such research.

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