Airbus A³’s Vahana Electric Air Taxi Has a Single Screen Pilotless Cockpit


Airbus A³ provided a glimpse of what the interior of a future self-piloted electric air taxi cockpit could look like, showing for the first time publicly the single-screen, pilotless forward-facing interior view of Alpha Two, its second full-scale Vahana demonstrator aircraft.

Inside the cockpit of the Vahana, there is enough space for one passenger, with a view featuring a single high definition screen showing the flight path of the passenger out ahead of the aircraft. There is no pilot seat, as the Vahana is remotely controlled in a configuration that the Silicon Valley division of Airbus is flight testing in Pendleton, Oregon.

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