Russia’s TsAGI Studies Small eVTOL Vehicle

A small single-person eVTOL vehicle could be used for emergency evacuation missions.
Credit: TsAGI
Russian researchers have completed three years of study into a small single-person electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicle for multiple missions. The work by TsAGI included tests in the central aerohydrodynamic institute’s T-102 subsonic wind tunnel in Zhukovsky outside Moscow. Over the three...
Graham Warwick

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