VTOL stands for Vertical Take-Off and Landing, referring to aerial craft that can take off and land vertically, without the use of a runway. Few aircraft are truly VTOL. Those that do exist are relatively expensive, but invaluable for certain applications, such as quick getaways for Special Ops teams. The first practical VTOL was the Hawker Siddeley Harrier, introduced in 1969. It was one of several successes among numerous failed efforts to develop VTOL craft that were pursued in the 60s.
The Moller Skycar, a prototype flier whose builders say will be the first affordable skycar for the masses, utilizes VTOL. However, as of this writing, it has not been flown horizontally with people in it yet. Reservations for Moller Skycars are available for a cost of $500,000 USD.
VTOL KIT 320 Fixed wing frame Electric Powered 2 Hours Endurance UAV
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