Russian Helicopters is hoping that its newest product will find a niche as a pathfinder for urban air mobility. The 1.65-metric-ton, single-engine VRT500 was born from a challenge set by Russian Helicopters’ parent Rostec to define a product that could be a “source of growth in the civil market,” says Alexander Okhonko, the general manager of the newly established design bureau within the Russian Helicopters holding, VR-Technologies (VRT). And with the market for offshore ...

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