China’s AVIC Unveils Ultralight eVTOL, Hydrogen-Powered UAS


AVIC's AR300 is a single-person ultralight eVTOL for civilian and military crewed and uncrewed missions.

Credit: AVIC
AVIC revealed a single-person electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) aircraft, the AR300, at the China International Helicopter Expo in Tianjin on Sept. 14-17. The Chinese company also displayed a hydrogen-powered uncrewed aircraft, the M20. The AR300 bears a close resemblance to the U.S...
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