U.S. Air Force Supports Tests Of Electra’s eSTOL Technology

Electra’s eSTOL is designed to operate from spaces as small as 300 X 100 ft.
Credit: Electra.aero
Electra.aero has received a follow-on, Phase 3 small business contract through the U.S. Air Force’s Agility Prime program to support flight testing of its planned hybrid-electric short takeoff and landing (eSTOL) technology demonstrator. The startup previously received Direct to Phase 2 small...
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