Vahana, the autonomous electric aircraft under development by Airbus’ Silicon Valley outpost A³, has arrived at Pendleton, Oregon, where it is being prepared for a first flight before year’s end. The electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) aircraft, with its tandem tilting wings, has been reassembled in a new hangar at Eastern Oregon Regional Airport after being shipped by road from A³’s facility in Santa Clara, California. The high-voltage electrical ...

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