The skies may soon be filled with passenger drones from companies like Vertical Aerospace.
The revolutionary design uses flaps that oscillate back and forth to generate lift and thrust.
Silicon Valley’s Opener may deliver examples of its personal aircraft as early as next year—and you won’t need a pilot’s license to fly one.
Getting your Aston Martin airborne usually ends badly, but this three-person VOTL brings the marque’s sexy design sensibilities to the sky.
Plans call for the Flaris LAR 1 to be initially sold in the United States as an experimental aircraft.
Hummingbuzz, Blue Sparrow, and Silverwing are among the 10 winners of Phase I of the GoFly Prize competition, a three-part, $2 million contest challenging designers, engineers, inventors, and other innovators from around the world to create a safe and easy-to-use personal flying device. The competition, which is sponsored by Boeing, was announced last September at […]
The easy-to-use personal flying machine requires no prior certification and can be mastered in under two hours.
Boeing is sponsoring the contest, which will award a total of $2 million to inventors of safe and quiet personal flying devices.