South Korea’s PLANA has launched its hybrid electric vertical takeoff and landing (HeVTOL) aircraft, the CP-01.
“CP-01 combines the advantages of helicopters and planes, offering fast, efficient, and eco-friendly air mobility solutions,” said the company in a press release. CP-01 has a payload of up to six passengers (600 kg), a 500km range, a cruise speed of 185 mph and a hybrid propulsion system.
“The exterior of CP-01 offers seamless access to the cabin space through two-sided doors, with wide windows to maximize the view of both pilot and passengers,” said the company website. “The in-cabin space is designed to satisfy passengers seeking productive space with comfort and privacy. Its ample interior cabin enhances passengers’ privacy and personal conveniences through functional details around each seat.”
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