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        Vahana

        Vahana

        Vahana is an all-electric, single-seat, tilt-wing vehicle demonstrator that focuses on advancing self-piloted, electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) flight. To date, Vahana has flown over 80 full-scale test flights.

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        Urban Air Mobility 11 June 2019

        Project Vahana By Airbus

        Airbus’ innovative project Vahana is developing a certified electric, self-piloted vertical-take-off-and-landing passenger aircraft

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        Urban Air Mobility 11 June 2019

        Vahana, Airbus' all-electric vehicle demonstrator

        Vahana is an all-electric vehicle demonstrator from A3 by Airbus – the Silicon Valley innovation center of Airbus

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        Urban Air Mobility 11 June 2019

        Airbus Vahana Demonstrator

        Vahana – an innovative all-electric, single-seat, tilt-wing vehicle demonstrator from Airbus’ Silicon Valley outpost, A3 – is advancing the concept of self-piloted vertical-take-off-and-landing flight

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        PAS2019 16 June 2019

        Vahanna – Paris Air Show 2019

        Airbus’ innovative project Vahana is developing a certified electric, self-piloted vertical-take-off-and-landing passenger aircraft

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        From sketch to reality

        In less than two years, Vahana went from a sketch on a napkin to a full-scale flying aircraft. Today, the demonstrator is currently undergoing extensive flight testing to check flight controls, navigation, failure detection and mitigation, as well as noise.?In 2018, Vahana successfully completed its first full-scale flight test.

        Up to four times faster than cars

        Vahana uses eight electric motors and a tandem tilt-wing configuration that converts between rotor-borne vertical and wing-borne forward flight. This configuration enables Vahana to achieve both vertical take-off and landing as well as cross-city flight range on battery power alone. Its cruise speed is 100 knots (190 Km/h), enabling trip times that are two to four times faster than cars. The vehicle is self-piloted, which is enabled by its onboard detect-and-avoid systems that can identify both air and ground hazards.

        Technical specifications

        Vahana infographics

        Advantages

        Infographics Advantages Vahana Blue
        CityAirbus: our four-seat eVTOL demonstrator

        CityAirbus: our four-seat eVTOL demonstrator

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