At first glance, the Model A by Alef Aeronautics might deceive you into thinking it’s just another car blending into the urban landscape. However, as one draws nearer, the illusion dissipates, unveiling a marvel of modern engineering: a cabin encapsulated within a robust carbon fiber mesh. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill vehicle; it’s Alef Aeronautics’ inaugural foray into the realm of flying cars, a concept straight out of science fiction, poised to enter commercial production by 2025.
In a landmark move for aviation technology, CycloTech, an Austrian pioneer in innovative flight propulsion technology, has announced a successful 20 million Euro investment, marking a significant milestone in the development of its groundbreaking propulsion system. This investment, contributed by Breeze Invest and Konos Holding, underscores the industry’s confidence in CycloTech’s vision and its potential to redefine the future of air mobility.
Samson Sky has recently achieved a significant milestone by obtaining their seventh patent, this time from the United Kingdom, for their innovative Switchblade Flying Sports Car. This patent particularly recognizes the unique wing-swing design integral to the vehicle.
In a defining moment for urban transportation’s future, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted Alef Automotive’s flying car, the Model A, its certificate of airworthiness. This paves the way for this transformative vehicle to shift from road to sky as early as 2025.
The Doroni H1 is no ordinary vehicle; it is designed for short-range travel and boasts an impressive top speed of 225 km/h. With a two-seater configuration, the aircraft resembles a drone, emphasizing its futuristic appearance and cutting-edge technology.
SkyAngels Air Ambulance operates emergency ambulances – now the fleet has been expanded with a Dutch air ambulance converted for rescue purposes.