SkyDrive is projected to fly at up to 1,640 feet at 62 mph for 12 miles, or a more efficient cruise speed of 37 mph for 20 miles.
The converted Cessna E-Caravan may not look as sexy as new-generation electric aircraft, but it will be a lot more practical for flight.
Pipistrel, with nine electric aircraft to its credit, was the first to market with an e-plane. Now it’s ready to launch its largest yet.
The SolarStratos will gain its power from 240 square feet of solar panels on its wings.
Tilt-wing applications were first used in the 1960s, but MOBi-One’s new design is on the leading edge of the eVTOL revolution.
The nine-passenger Cassio 2 has an electric propulsion system that turns it into a flying Model X.
EHang plans to revolutionise the way you travel with autonomous, unpiloted air transport. The future is not that far away.
WatFly’s Atlas could be the first recreational eVTOL to market.
The new racing drone could accelerate the development of the electric vertical takeoff and landing segment.
Inside Air Race E, the New Electric Aeroplane Speed Circuit That Wants to Be the Formula 1 of the Skies
Air Race E plans to hold an annual World Cup for electric airplane racing to not only thrill fans, but push the boundaries of innovation of this emerging technology.