Vahana’s First Flight A Success, A³ Says

Credit: A³
The Vahana single-seat electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) aircraft developed by A³, Airbus’ Silicon Valley outpost, made its unmanned first flight at Pendleton, Oregon, on the morning of Jan. 31.The full-scale Vahana, which has eight propellers on its tandem tilting wings, made a 53-sec...

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