Honeywell Starts Testing eVTOL Automation Concept

Honeywell simulator
Honeywell aims to drastically reduce flight training hours required for piloting an eVTOL.
Credit: Garrett Reim/AW&ST
If Honeywell has its way, one day “operators,” not pilots, will be flying electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft all over cities across the world. The company is developing a cockpit system it says could allow operators to fly such aircraft with as a little as 240 hr. of flight training, a...
Garrett Reim

Based in the Seattle area, Garrett covers the space sector and advanced technologies that are shaping the future of aerospace and defense, including space startups, advanced air mobility and artificial intelligence.

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