More than 30 electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) projects have broken cover so far, with varying degrees of credibility, from well-known players to unheard-of startups. But while the hype around the sector is set to high, when three pioneers of electric flight jump into the fray it is worth taking note. The three are Erik Lindbergh, grandson of aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh and an advocate of clean and quiet electric propulsion for general aviation; Pat Anderson, director of ...

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