Germany’s eMagic Builds On eVTOL Legacy

Proof-of-concept eMagic One has made initial unmanned hover flights.
Credit: eMagic Aircraft
The 10 years that separate the first hover flights of the Volocopter VC1 and eMagic Aircraft’s eMagic One illustrate the advances made in a decade by electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) technology. The VC1 made the first manned flight by an electric multicopter in October 2011, pilot...

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