Bell Nexus eVTOL "AIR TAXI. A hyrbid-electric propulsion aircraft, the Nexus will use six tilting ducted fans to take off and land vertically from a rooftop or launchpad.
What sets the Carplane apart from the others is that it is a convergence product, meaning that it is designed to handle all kinds of usage, private and commercial. This flying car takes road emissions very seriously, and is designed to prevent causing noise pollution.
With the help of just a push button, you can convert a car into a flying plane. On the ground, its a futuristic car, takes off like a helicopter, and in the sky it behaves like a plane. Seats four and can be stored in your home garage.
Experience the sky up close and personal, thanks to it's excellent durability and stability. Comes with an advanced automotive crash structure design and occupant restaint system. Also features a ballistic recovery parachute for the entire vechicle.
2019 Seats one person averging 6.5 feet in height and weighing 250 lbs. Designed to take off and land vertically and can fly at a maximum speed of 62 mph.
Flying at the rate of 200 mph and capable of flying up to height of 13,000 feet, it becomes flight ready in just 3 minutes. Seats 2 people, accommodates 100 pounds of luggage, features a wide cabin and has the power-to-weight ratio of a 2017 Corvette.
At a maximum flight speed of 100 km/h you can cruise above the sea level for the duration of 25 minutes. Flying car includes a downward facing camera, making it very suitable for scientific and investigation purpose.
Worlds first commercial all electric passenger aircraft. This plane will cost two hundred dollars a flight hour to operate. The fuel bill for the global airline industry last year was estimated total 180 billion dollars. in 2019 the fuel bill is forcast to rise two hundred and six billion dollars accounting for twent five percent of airlines operating expenses. The impact of airline expenses is clear.
Eviation is developing a nine-passenger aircraft designed to fly up to 650 miles at around 240 knots (276 miles per hour). A commercial jet would cruise around 500 miles per hour. Certification by late 2021, with deliveries predicted for 2020. Cape Air is set to buy a "double-digit" number of the plane which has a list price of $4 million each.
Denver, Colorado, manufacture has rolled out the first prototype of a new all electric aircraft, suggesting that - the same revolution currently sweeping through the auto industry will soon become airborne.
The Sun Flyer, the brainchild of engineer and pilot George Bye and his Aero Electric Aircraft Corp. (AEAC), is designed to be the perfect training aircraft with three hours of endurance and a 30-minute recharging time.
Energy cost for an hour of flight training as little as $1, while maintenance costs on an engine with single moving part could be significantly lower. The battery powered Sun Flyer seeks to disrupt the flight training market, and has a bit of drone in its DNA.
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