ARC Q-Starling

A luxury personal air vehicle (PAV) vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) for two passengers. Manufactured from carbon fibre, the vehicle is powered by a hybrid-electric turbo-generator.

ARC Aerosystems (formerly SAMAD Aerospace) is stepping up flight testing a half-scale model of it’s ESTARLING EVTOL aircraft

Samad Aerospace launched in 2017 with plans to develop a family of electrically powered, ducted fan aircraft, starting with a UAV (the UAV Starling) and also including a light eVTOL aircraft (e-Starling) and a business jet (Starling Jet). When the company was launched in 2017, the plan called for the UAV to enter service in 2019, followed by the e-Starling in 2022 and the Starling Jet in 2024.

Q-STARLING Personal Air Vehicle (PAV)

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