A UK company developing a sustainable and runway-independent aircraft to connect remote rural areas and support emergency rescue services, has secured Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) E Conditions certification for its ‘innovative air transport solution.’ ARC Aero Systems, which aims to transform rural transportation through electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) technology, is in advanced stages of developing a specially adapted hybrid-electric powered aircraft. Securing CAA E Conditions registration for its modified design of the Avian Pegasus, a jump take-off gyroplane developed in the 1960s, will enable ARC to begin test flights on its model of the aircraft. A statement from

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