The startup still needs two certificates before it can legally fly passengers.
Manta’s Ann2 has an extended range that makes it ideal for medical transport from hospital to hospital.
The personal aircraft can reach speeds of 63 mph and doesn’t require a license to fly.
Piasecki Aircraft Corp. is adding a fuel cell to a small, two-seat rotorcraft to create the world’s first helicopter to run on hydrogen.
The hotly anticipated VoloCity is expected to debut at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
The high-flying collab would see the aircraft used as part of an air taxi service in the Osaka Bay area.
Beside the many wannabes are a half-dozen firms that are attracting sizable investments from established corporations and entrepreneurs.
The Joby S4 reached a record 205 mph on a recent test flight.
Maca’s Carcopter S11, shown at CES, will be the only air racer powered by hydrogen fuel cells. The company says it’ll be race-ready in 2023.