Asian Charter Platform Yugo Selects Ascendance eVTOL

Atea is a hybrid-electric, fan-in-wing eVTOL design with tandem wings.
Credit: Ascendance Flight Technologies
Singapore-based private aviation charter company Yugo has signed a letter of intent with Ascendance Flight Technologies for 18 of the French startup’s planned Atea five-seat, hybrid-electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. This is Yugo’s first agreement for eVTOL aircraft. It follows...
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