In the increasingly crowded electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) market, credibility is in scarce supply. But the early leaders are separating themselves from the rest of the field by flying full-scale, people-carrying aircraft. Kitty Hawk, owned by Google co-founder Larry Page, has joined the leader board by flying a two-seat eVTOL, called Cora, in New Zealand and the U.S. The company joins Joby Aviation and Airbus in flying full-scale prototypes of air taxis that transition to ...

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