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Urban Aeronautics City Hawk

Lift typeDucted fan
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typeTurboshaft
ApplicationExperimental, Urban air mobility
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Twin engine VTOL for up to 6 people. Initially powered by jet fuel but following certification will convert to hydrogen propulsion. Has multiple configurations according to its use. In development.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Urban Aeronautics City Hawk 2013 / Flying car with distinctive design.

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Operations data

For detailed information about current charter operators, maintenance and training providers, and completions services for this aircraft, please consult our sister publication Business Air News: Urban Aeronautics CityHawk


Urban Aeronautics Ltd.NewsInitial development of airframe and Fancraft technology
Metro SkywaysNewsDeveloping City Hawk for market

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