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FAQs

What is FLUTR?

What does FLUTR the company do?

How easy is it to fly?

How many people will it fit?

Luggage?

Don’t I need a pilot’s license?

Isn’t aircraft ownership complicated? With maintenance, annual inspections, insurance etc?

Can I drive it on the road?

Can I fly it directly from point to point?

What happens if there is a mechanical failure?

How high can it fly?

How much does it cost?

Will it save me money?

What colors, interior and equipment  options are available?

Can I land anywhere?

Will it fit in my garage?

Can I fly at night?

Can I fly it in all weather conditions?

How fast does it go?

Is it noisy?

When will it be ready?

 

    Ownership and usage questions:

 

If I purchase a FLUTR, can I sell it to anyone?

How does FLUTR guarantee the competence of drivers?

Can I buy a fleet of FLUTRs and lease them out?

I reserved a delivery slot, can I cancel my deposit?

I’m a qualified pilot, can I buy one?

Can I buy a FLUTR to use as a taxi?

 

         Technical questions:

So it’s electric?

If not electric, what do you use for power?

Is Hydrogen safe?

How is H2 sustainable?

Autonomous, semi-autonomous, remote piloting.. what’s the difference?

I notice that FLUTR uses large rotors, compared to lots of smaller propellers or jets. Why?

                            

As the world’s roads finally reach full capacity,  we have no choice but to reach to the skies.

A better way to get to the office, shops, school, anywhere is required.

It has to be fast, efficient, safe, easy to use, quiet, affordable and sustainable.

FLUTR was created to fulfill this decades old desire.

The skies belong to you, and the solution is coming soon.

*Note: All specifications and vehicle descriptions are design targets and may be different from final tested and certified capability.