Kitty Hawk

Kitty Hawk Flyer is made with money from Google founder
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W ow will we move in the future? Maybe with drones? Kitty Hawk had one to offer. The Flyer lands and takes off almost vertically, speeds up to 40 km /h and is licensed as an ultralight aircraft in the USA. The pilot does not need a license, the aircraft does not need a license. However, the area of ‚Äč‚Äčapplication is limited to bodies of water: Cities, for example, are not allowed to be flown over with the Flyer.

Purchase price still unknown

Anyone interested in the Flyer can join a club for 100 euros. Club members get a place on the waiting list and $ 2,000 off a purchase price that has not yet been announced. When the flyer will hit the market is just as unclear as performance data, range or loading times. Because the eight rotors are driven electrically. Google founder Larry Page has invested in the development.

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