Airplanes are amazing machines with one glaring flaw: they require long strips of paved road in order to take off and land. Why can’t we have airplanes that take off like helicopters? Turns out, we just might have them soon enough with the TriFan 600.
Made by XTI Aircraft, it’s a plane that can take off and land vertically, removing one of the most difficult requirements associated with fixed-wing aircrafts. That means, you don’t need a big strip of runway to use the plane, removing the need to travel from airport to airport – just a space no bigger than a traditional heliport should do the trick.
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