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Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) refers to aircraft that can take-off, hover, and land vertically. To this day, the Dornier Do-31 remains the largest VTOL
The award-winning electric personal eVTOL Watfly Atlas, is safe and easy to fly. Free of runways.
Project Heaviside is Kitty Hawk’s latest high-performance electric VTOL vehicle. It is designed to be fast, small and exceedingly quiet.
One-person VTOL Kitty Hawk’s Flyer has now flown over 25,000 times.
ROTORwing VTOL drone is the first of a new aircraft species, designed to optimize both hovering and forward flight.
Skai hydrogen-powered eVTOL air taxi has an amazing 400-mile range.
Construction of the first Volo-Port for the Volo Air Taxi eVTOL (electric take-off and landing), will be completed later this year.
A new study of the environmental sustainability impacts of flying cars, formally known as electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, or VTOLs, finds that they
Boeing has just announced its five phase II winners for the development of compact VTOL personal flying device.