Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Developer Sees Military Interest

The ducted-fan Rhaegal is designed to carry containerized cargo.
Credit: Sabrewing Aircraft
Startup Sabrewing Aircraft has postponed the public rollout of its Rhaegal unmanned cargo aircraft because of COVID-19 restrictions, but continues to work toward flying the hybrid-electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) prototype this year. Sabrewing planned to roll out the ducted-fan Rhaegal...
Graham Warwick

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