First flight in real conditions for future taxi volunteer Volocity scheduled for 2024

First flight in real conditions for future taxi volunteer Volocity scheduled for 2024

With circular arches supporting 18 propellers on its way between a two-seater helicopter and a drone, Volocity makes about as much noise as a bus, according to RATP measurements. A test flight will take place on Thursday, November 10, and the first passengers should be welcomed into his 2024 Olympic Games. Les liaisons qui sont enviables, c’est une liaison au sud de Paris, entre l’aérodrome d’Issy les Moulineaux et celui de Saint-Cyr”In detail Jean-Christophe Drai, head of France de Volocopter. “Une autre liaison se fera entre le nord et le sud de Paris. On peut revisager une liaison entre les aéroports Charles de Gaulle et du Bourget, une liaison entre Le Bourget et une entrée Est de Paris, perhaps two coté de la gare d ‘Austerlitz.’

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Short connection: 30 km, pas plus, with electric motor. “Il ya neuf battery”explanation Jean-Christophe Dry. “When the machine lands, the batteries are charged. The batteries are charged. The batteries are charged. The batteries are charged. il ya des interrogations. Mais en vol, il ya zéro émission.”

L'emplacement des battery du Volocity. (MORGANE HEUCLIN-REFFAIT / RADIO FRANCE)

This taxivolant va suivre has the same aerial corridor as a helicopter but slightly lower, with the advantage of being able to pose in a space only 15 meters in diameter. This is the description of Skyports director Duncan Walker, who will build Birchport, a small 115-square-meter building that will receive passengers. “These devices will allow access to the city center. All functions are condensed into a small space.”

Le vertiport de Pontoise, Abecle Terminal Passenger, Le Volocity.  (A. GAULUPEAU / GROUPE ADP)

Le but, à terme, est d’avoir plusieurs lieux d’atterrissage, meme dans la capitale, sans s’arréter au vol Commercial. C’est bien un mode complémentaire des existing modes”, Lance Alban Negret, Head of Innovation at Aéroports de Paris.

“n’imagin pas du tout que ce soit un transport de masse.

Alban Negret, Head of Innovation at Aéroports de Paris

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Pour les vols en 2024, il faut encore obtenir les Certifications de l’Agence de sécurité aérienne. Pour un trajet de 30 km.

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