Unmanned Cargo Startup Touts Customer Interest

The turboprop-powered N3.8T domestic freighter is envisioned as the first in a family of large unmanned cargo aircraft.
Credit: Natilus
Californian startup Natilus has announced letters of intent for more than 440 large unmanned cargo aircraft from customers including a Canadian drone operator, an African cargo airline and a U.S. freight forwarder. The San Diego-based company plans to develop a family of autonomous blended wing-body...

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