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Vertical Takeoff and Landing Aircraft without Rotating Aerofoil

With the Xplorair , you will never see wings flapping or “rotating aerofoils”. Rest assured, neither of these technologies are used for take-off! So what is its secret? Using the Coanda effect to the full enables the Xplorair to take off not vertically (having said that…) but like our “masters in aeronautics” : birds in general and hummingbirds in particular do, i.e. diagonally. This ability is mainly due to its innovative propeller, the Thermoreactor, which ejects gas at great speed on the upper surface of the wing, thus creating the conditions for it to take off

The first services provided by the Xplorair with two or more seats shall concern both the world of rescue, with its capacity to land on walls without a risk of being subject to untimely movements caused by gusts of wind, by civil or military inner-city or intercity connections, and the average man and woman. There are three different control modes for the Xplorair: completely aided (GPS/Galileo+ Ground Control Stations), or in active cooperation with the Ground, and the ultimate way, in free flight (certified license).

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