U.S. Air Force Approves Kitty Hawk’s Heaviside eVTOL

Kitty Hawk’s Heaviside was evaluated by the U.S. Air Force during a June exercise.
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Kitty Hawk’s Heaviside has become the fourth electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (evTOL) aircraft to receive military flight release from the U.S. Air Force. The airworthiness approval will allow flight testing of prototypes on U.S. military bases. Under its Agility Prime program to help...
Graham Warwick

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