The Trifan 600 by XTI Aircrafts is a Vertical-Takeoff Plane
Trifan 600 by XTI Aircrafts is a combination between a helicopter’s ability to take off and land from almost anywhere.
The XTI Aircrafts is reaching beyond traditional limitations and bring up to the market the Trifan 600 bu XTI Aircrafts.
The six-seated jet has unprecedented freedom to take off and land vertically. They have rethinking how we travel and designed this jet to fly as fast, as high, above predominant weather and as far as other business jets.
This jet can go to more places and in shorter period of time than other known jets of the same size.
The interior features unparalleled cabin space, which offers a lot of flexibility for the needs of customer.
It can also be transformed into a medical evacuation or air ambulatory, because it includes horizontal stretcher and three seats for medical personnel or patient companions.
Or you can transform it into one plane that will fit your most discerning business or personal needs. Because of its shape, a spacious modern interior with luxury surfaces and intelligent high-tech features is possible. Who knows, we might see one of these billionaires turn it into another ultra-expensive private jet!
Whatever you want it to be, the Trifan 600 is an idea of David Brody, who in 2012 began brainstorming about a true long-distance point-to-point air travel.
Since then, he has put together the best team of aviation experts, to plan the first commercially certified, high-speed, long-range airplane capable of vertical takeoff and landing.
The XTI Aircraft is aiming for the plane to bridge the gap with its new take on a light jet that will transport people door-to-door.
The TriFan 600 is using three ducted fans powered by two gas-turbine engines.
Once the craft is airborne, the two wing-mounted fans rotate to provide forward thrust. The two jet engines will reach a combined 2,600 horsepower, XTI claims.
All that power will lift six occupants straight up into the air and then blast them forward at a top speed of 400 mph and an altitude of 30,000 feet.
The new design would remove the need for runways and ‘airport-to-airport’ travel, potentially saving travellers hundreds of hours a year in flight journey times.
Other high-tech features include advanced safety functions such as an autopilot mode and computerised controls for take-off and landing, and a sleek sliding cover which neatly hides away its central fan during the forward horizontal flight.
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