Just as the first quadcopter drones were for intended hobbyists, the first electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) aircraft to hit the market is designed for recreational use. Kitty Hawk, owned by Google co-founder Larry Page, has unveiled the production version of its Flyer single-seat multicopter. No price or delivery date have been released yet, but the Mountain View, California-based startup is taking pre-orders for the aircraft, which is designed to operate over water, and ...

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