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|Propulsion||Distributed, Direct-Drive Electric|
|Type||eVTOL, Lift + Cruise|
|Cargo Configuration||200 cubic feet|
|Passenger Configuration||6 Seats|
Our aircraft is the result of the last 3 years of precise design and development. In its form, the Alia-250 takes inspiration from the longest-range migratory bird, the Arctic Tern. Born of a simple sketch, this aircraft is designed on the basic principles of engineering to fly in the most efficient manner possible. Its ability to take off and land vertically and then transition to long-range flight is its defining characteristic.
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United Therapeutics commissioned this airplane to provide zero-emissions delivery for organ transplants. The United States Air Force is now commissioning prototypes for Agility Prime, a non-traditional US Air Force program seeking to accelerate the commercial market for advanced air mobility vehicles.
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