Blackfly VTOL electric ultralight

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Blackfly VTOL electric ultralight

Postby Scooper » Mon Aug 20, 2018 10:53 pm

Have you ever wished you could fly over gridlocked ground traffic on your 20 mile commute?
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Re: Blackfly VTOL electric ultralight

Postby chicagorandy » Tue Aug 21, 2018 12:10 am

Saw it at Oshkosh this year - I wouldn't want to be around when that thing lands with those 8 exposed blades whirring about - lol

Like 'most' E flying machines (and cars) battery technology has not really caught up to electric motor power demands or owner desire for distance and duration.

Time will tell if this critter ever actually makes it into production or finds a purchasing demographic with $$$$. I have serious concerns about folks with little or no flying experience crowding ( or dropping out of ) the low height skies.

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