Odys Takes Uncrewed-Cargo Route To Fielding eVTOL

Odys Aviation Laila uncrewed cargo aircraft

Laila uses a combination of blown lift and tilting propellers to provide vertical-takeoff-and-landing capability.

Credit: Odys Aviation
As a precursor to a planned nine-passenger aircraft, U.S. startup Odys Aviation is developing an uncrewed cargo aircraft using a scaled-down version of its blown-lift hybrid-electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) propulsion system. Long Beach, California-based Odys is flight-testing the Laila...

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