Fleet Startup EVFLY Signs For AutoFlight eVTOLs

AutoFlight has completed a 250-km flight with its Gen4 eVTOL demonstrator.

Credit: AutoFlight
Singapore-based fleet management and air transport startup EVFLY has signed an agreement with AutoFlight to purchase of 205 Prosperity I and Prosperity Cargo electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The first 10 cargo aircraft are planned to be operated in the Middle East, in markets...
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