French startup Flying Whales believes it has found the right technologies to thrive in large cargo airships and has conducted a convincing market assessment. Support from the French government and China’s Avic is reinforcing the company’s confidence that its project will not be another failure in the segment, and the first flight of the LCA60T is predicted to come in three years. An additional partner, Skeleton Technologies, has been selected and will supply ultracapacitors for ...


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