Every major form of transportation has its own unique purpose and value. Very few people would elect to set sail from the U.S. to China when you can hop on an airplane, just as most people in New York choose to take the subway instead of driving a car.  But when it comes to comparing the emerging electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicles to a traditional rotorcraft, many people in the aerospace industry seem to have forgotten the lesson above. The wave of eVTOLs on our ...

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