What if airplanes required no runways?
What if airplanes required no airports?
What if airplanes required no fuel?
|Propulsion||Distributed, Direct-Drive Electric|
|Type||eVTOL, Lift + Cruise|
|Cargo Configuration||200 cubic feet|
|Passenger Configuration||6 Seats|
Accelerating The Future of Flight
We imagined an electric airplane that could take off and land anywhere.
We assembled the team in 2017.
We designed the airplane in 2018.
We built it in 2019.
We got our airworthiness certificate in 2020.
Now: we fly.
Partners in Progress
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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