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Dufour Aero2

Lift typeTilt-rotor
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typeAutonomous
Engine typeElectric, Hybrid
ApplicationCargo, Military Transport, Search & Rescue, Surveillance
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Uncrewed, aerial, VTOL vehicle with a hybrid-electric propulsion system and an aerodynamically-efficient tilt-wing design. Aero2 is able to transport 40 kg (88 lbs) over a distance of 400 km (215 NM). H-tail with a larger fuselage and wingspan and a wing profile optimised for its likely missions, such as critical goods transport, aerial surveying beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) and public safety applications.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Dufour Aero2 / Tilt-wing, hybrid-electric VTOLwith 170 km/h cruise speed, 210 kg MTOW and 400 km range.

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Operations data

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