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The electric VTOL air taxis most likely to take off

Quiet, clean, electric air taxis floating over and between cities, bringing commuting into the third dimension and leaving traffic behind – it still sounds like a sci-fi fantasy, and these alien-looking aircraft look like nothing we've ever seen before. There are huge barriers to be overcome - technological, legal, safety and certification, among others, but there's massive money flowing in to make sure these beasts make it through into reality. Here's our eVTOL startups to watch.

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The electric VTOL air taxis most likely to take off

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    Cyclotech brings a totally unique propulsion system to the eVTOL world

    Cyclotech brings a totally unique propulsion system to the eVTOL world

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    newatlas.com - By Loz Blain

    Austrian company Cyclotech is planning to begin flight-testing an 80-kg (176-lb) demonstrator of its unique electric VTOL airframe, which uses Voith-Schneider propellers instead of rotors for exceptional agility and control in the air.

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