Electra Wins NASA Blown Lift Technology Work

A single-pilot, seven-passenger eSTOL aircraft for regional air mobility is Electra’s initially “minimum viable product.”
Credit: Electra
Regional air mobility startup Electra is teaming under a NASA contract with researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) to mature blown lift technologies for electric short-takeoff-and-landing (eSTOL) aircraft. Blown lift aircraft use wing flaps to deflect the propeller slipstream...

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