The Starling Jet is being designed and produced in by Samad Aerospace in Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. Samad Aerospace is fully electric and boasts the quiet performance and luxury of its concept.
Stage of Development
Cruise Speed: 460mph
Range: 900-1500 miles
Capacity: 10 occupants
Our Take on the Starling Jet
The Starling Jet, part of a larger initiative by Samad Aerospace which is creating a fleet of eVTOLs/hybrid VTOLs, is the flagship of the fleet - and aims to address a slightly different problem than most eVTOLs currently do. The Starling Jet aims to solve the airport to business/residence commute problem with the <1,000nm journey simultaneously, bringing you door-to-door over substantially greater distances than other eVTOL's aim to cover. While this goal is unique, there are considerable challenges for the Starling Jet to overcome to achieve success.
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