Headquartered in Israel, the subsidiary company of City Airlines, an aerodynamics technology developer, will use hydrogen to operate the Metro Skyways flying car Cityhawk eVTOL the subway city skyline. Urban Aeronautics recently announced that it has reached a cooperation agreement with HyPoint to incorporate hydrogen power with zero carbon emissions into its CityHawk eVTOL power system.
Cityhawk is based on the design of the company’s cor and constitutes its flagship model. This futuristic car will now adopt eVTOL (vertical electric takeoff and landing) version, driven by hydrogen. According to the company, hydrogen is the only 100% environmentally friendly power source.
Metro Skyways has been developing fan technology, which can design vehicles of the same size as a car in fact, can carry the same number of passengers, but can fly without bare rotors. Therefore, its flagship model Cityhawk can take off and land in any weather, at any time and at any place. Including pilots, the cabin can accommodate up to six passengers, 50% larger than the equivalent helicopter.
Today’s aircraft vehicles are designed to use hybrid power, and fans will operate using hydrogen. According to the company, hydrogen is the only 100% environmentally friendly energy source because it can be produced using solar energy and wind. Unlike cells, the life cycle of hydrogen fuel cells is not limited and toxic waste produced is zero.
Metro Skyways said: “Today’s innovation needs to foresee tomorrow’s technology to optimize its potential.” The fan is designed to adapt to the technology that is continuously developing with the maturity of technology, from artificial intelligence to energy. These planes will last for decades.”
Metro Skyways is using today’s most powerful driving force to build and test aircraft: a traditional turbine engine powered by jet fuel. By doing so, the company can design today’s plane, which has all the characteristics and functions of the ideal flying car, it can be learned in the next few years that it will meet its ideal fuel demand in just a few years.
As an administrative plane for private or company use, CityHawk provides excellent “upgrades” in terms of space and comfort “. The cabin is 50% larger than that of similar helicopters, and there is no elevated engine and gearbox, eliminating almost all vibration and most noise. All of these, except the convenience of taking off and landing almost anywhere and the safety of knowing that the plane has passed FAA certification and is equipped with a ballistic parachute.
Air taxi/flight office, CityHawk the spacious cabin and the smallest floor space lead to more passengers per trip, and the available landing Real estate can accommodate more inbound and outbound ports. This unusually high efficiency brings higher profit margins to operators. In a crowded world, space is very precious. You need to move as many people as possible as efficiently as possible in the shortest possible time.
It also needs to be safe and quiet. As reliable as any commercial aircraft and as quiet as today’s ground transportation… It requires no carbon emissions.
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