Flying from the South Island into the future
Tuesday, 13 March 2018, 4:31 pm
Press Release: Christchurch Airport
Flying from the South Island into the future –
without a pilot
Island testing of autonomous air travel is being welcomed by
California-based company Kitty
Hawk, operating as Zephyr Airworks in New Zealand, has
revealed it’s testing the world’s first self-piloted and
electric air taxi.
The airport company has been in
discussions with the American company for some time now,
supporting its search for a suitable test space for the
autonomous air taxi, known as Cora.