AutoFlight Sets eVTOL Endurance Record With China Flight

AutoFlight eVTOL

AutoFlight’s fourth-generation eVTOL was styled by Mini-to-McLaren automotive designer Frank Stephenson.

Credit: AutoFlight
AutoFlight, a startup with operations in China and Europe, has completed the longest flight to date by an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, its fourth-generation Gen4 demonstrator flying 250.6 km (155.6 mi.) on a single charge. The remotely piloted flight, on Feb. 23 in...

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