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Airbus helicopter has announced the completion of its first full-scale testing for the propulsion system of the Cityairbus demonstrator – a multi-passenger, self-piloted electric vertical take-off and landing vehicle designed for urban air mobility. 

Throughout the testing period, the skilled team at Cityairbus meticulously checked the individual performance of the ducted propellers, as well as the integration of the full-scale propulsion unit with two propellers, electric 100 kW Siemens motors and all electrical systems. 

The Cityairbus is a battery-powered air vehicle that is able to vertically take off and land. It is designed to carry up to four passengers over congested megacities to important destinations such as airports or train stations in a fast, affordable and environmentally-friendly way. The innovative four-ducted propeller configuration significantly contributes to safety and low acoustic footprint.

"We now have a better understanding of the performance of Cityairbus’ innovative electric propulsion system, which we will continue to mature through rigorous testing while beginning the assembly of the full-scale Cityairbus flight demonstrator" explains Marius Bebesel, Cityairbus chief engineer.


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