A full-scale Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV), an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) prototype developed by Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing subsidiary, crashed during unmanned flight testing in June in Manassas, Virginia. No one was hurt in the crash, and no damage resulted other than to the aircraft itself, BoeingNeXt vice president and general manager Steve Nordlund said. Boeing, through Aurora, is an Uber Elevate vehicle development partner and the two-seat PAV is being developed ...


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