The zero-emissions helicopters could be in the air by 2025.
Overair’s Butterfly has four large propulsors that make it energy efficient—and much quieter than its competitors.
With its sleek exterior and spacious interior, the Leo Coupe is more automotive than other electric aircraft. It looks like a car with wings.
And you won’t need an FAA pilot’s license to fly it either, since Opener’s Blackfly is certified as an ultralight aircraft.
It’ll get you from New York City to the Hamptons—but without all the traffic.
The startup’s 2X model showed what it could do at AirVenture 2021 last week.
JoeBen Bevirt has ducked the media spotlight—until now. He discusses how electric air taxis will make urban transport cleaner and cheaper.
Unlike most eVTOLs, the iFly isn’t an air taxi, but rather personal transportation that flies to specific locations with the push of a button.
With four rotors and wings, the eTransporter out-flies many eVTOL competitors. The big bonus: its rotor technology is already FAA certified.