Is The Future London Bus A 30-Seat EVTOL?

GKN-led Skybus study says 30-seat commuter eVTOLs could be feasible by the mid-2030s
Credit: Pascall+Watson
Large electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) “buses” could find a role operating alongside air taxis on commuter flights and dense routes such as airport shuttles, according to a study being led by GK Aerospace under the UK’s Future Flight Challenge. With Swanson Aviation Consultancy...
Graham Warwick

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