Germany’s Volocopter has conducted a test flight at Finland’s Helsinki International Airport with its prototype electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi. The test flight was part of the GOF (Gulf of Finland) U-Space project to demonstrate operation of both manned and unmanned aircraft in shared airspace. The two-seat Volocopter 2X was flown piloted for the Aug. 29 demonstration, which also involved air traffic management (ATM) provider Air Navigation Services ...

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