Frequently asked questions
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Yes. Our training includes FAA (part 103) regulations on operations of an ultralight vehicle. Flight training will be available at our location for an additional cost.
Yes! We have developed an eVTOL that allows anyone the opportunity to fly.
We offer a full refund for the first 100 aircraft sold if we receive a notice of cancelation and request for refund at least 30 days before your aircraft is scheduled for delivery. Notice of cancelation must be delivered by email to [email protected] before the deadline, or in writing by letter to the Rotor X Aircraft address shown above and postmarked before the deadline. No refund will be given for all future aircraft purchased (Dragon #101 and beyond) however a customer may sell their “Dragon production slot” to another individual at least fifteen (15) days prior to its shipping date. This transaction must be coordinated with Rotor X Aircraft to ensure proper ownership registration and kit delivery. All refunds will be credited back within ninety (90) days of the request to cancel, and will be credited to the payment method used to for the Purchase and will not include any processing or postage fees previously paid by you.
Max pilot weight is 265 lbs.
- Ballistic Parachute
- Sensor Driven Auto Landing System
- Low Battery Alerts
- Reinforced aluminum landing gear
- Hands-free Hover
- Auto Takeoff and Landing System
- Co-axial Configuration (if a motor stops, the other propellors will pick up the slack)
Yes, the arms of Dragon fold in so that it easily fits in the back of a truck or trailer.
It has already begun. First deliveries begin at the end of 2023.
Under FAA Part 103 regulations, Dragon falls into the Ultralight category meaning you won’t need a pilot’s license or an N number in the United States.
The motors and propellors each have 500 hour warranties and are rated for 1,000 hours.
Through a partnership between defense contractor, Advanced Tactics and America’s top two-seat helicopter company, Rotor X Aircraft, comes the new standard in recreation for those with an appetite for excitement and adventure.