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DateDate: 19-10-2018, 06:18

The Chinese Space Science and Technology Corporation has presented a transport unmanned aircraft, which is currently the largest in the world.
For the development of the aircraft, the engineers took as a basis the so-called corncobber Yun-5B, which was improved by new innovative developments and equipped with an unmanned control system.
 
Unmanned aircraft "Feyhun-98", whose name in Chinese means "Flying Swan" has already made the first flight tests. For the first time the ship flew from the landfill in the city of Baotou.
Engineers designed this drone special for massive cargo. Its maximum take-off weight is 2.5 tons, and directly on board the Flying Swan can transport one and a half tons of cargo.
 
For take-off and landing, the “Feyhun-98” requires only 150 meters of runway, so the ship will cope with the transportation of goods in almost any terrain.
It is reported that the aircraft is designed to fly at a maximum altitude of 4.5 km. The cruising speed of the aircraft is 180 km / h. At one refueling unmanned transport aircraft can fly 1,200 kilometers.
Earlier we reported that at a conference of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the American company Boeing presented the concept of a future hypersonic passenger aircraft. The airliner will be able to carry passengers at a speed exceeding the speed of sound about five times (5M). The airline noted that such an aircraft would allow getting from New York to Tokyo in about 2:00. The aircraft provided a revolutionary fuselage extremely streamlined shape.
The liner of the future received a nose that looked like a needle. According to experts, such solutions will minimize the acoustic impact arising from the transition of the aircraft to supersonic speed. Specialists of the publication New Atlas note that the design of the liner may indicate the choice of cryogenic hydrogen fuel.
Something similar will appear on the market in about 20-30 years, provided that Boeing is seriously engaged in the development of such a machine. The results obtained in the framework of the research can be applied both in civil and military spheres.





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