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Airbus Vahana

aeroG Aviation LLC
Woodland Park, New Jersey, USA

Founded in August 2016 by Robert Gomez, aeroG Aviation LLC is focused on creating industry-changing innovations. With theoretical proofs and simulation science to determine the feasibility and capabilities of their projects, aeroG says it provides technical data, blueprints, and support for its aircraft designs directly to aircraft manufacturers: "Creating business partnerships to help develop new forms of transportation".

Before the company was founded, the team's first simulation project was the UV-4 UAV, an unmanned cargo aircraft developed at Bergen Community College in 2015 by the company founder. The project was funded by the college’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) grant. The project was first released on Microsoft Flight Simulation X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3 in Jan. 2017. The research developed by this group formed the basis for aeroG Aviation LLC.

The aG-4 is a hybrid-electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft that can cruise at 280+ kt (322+ mph, 519+ km/h) and transport passengers and/or cargo. It was launched in Nov. 2017 based on the revised UV-4.

The aG-4 can use either hybrid-electric or full-electric to power the tilting ducted rotors. For the hybrid version, the engine’s exhaust nozzles (located both sides of the fuselage) rotates its position to add vectored thrust in vertical takeoff, transition and forward flight modes. This aircraft can operate in excess of 300 kt (345 mph, 556 km/h) while only producing thrust from the two forward fans in the cruise mode, cutting down on power consumption and noise while during the longest part of flight. In addition to the lift produced by the ducts, the aircraft is designed as a lifting body. The aircraft also has the increased safety of a ballistic recovery system.

The aircraft would fly manned in a highly augmented cockpit. It would also utilize multiple OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screens that display images taken from the exterior of the fuselage, binding the passenger’s sense of sight and imagination with the illusion of a glass cabin.

The goal of the development team was to create an aircraft that can serve aviation customers and cargo deliverers who need vertical takeoff and landing and want the high-end performance of a small jet or turboprop aircraft.

In 2018, aeroG Aviation completed the design and specifications for its manned passenger aircraft and the UV-4 is released for Lockheed-Martin Prepar3D v4 introducing structural improvements and autopilot features. In 2019, the company filed for an aeronautical patent to protect their unique design and method of propulsion.

Currently, the small startup research company is searching for partnerships with existing aviation manufacturing companies to bring their aircraft to the market.


  • Aircraft type: Hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft with ducted fans
  • Pilots: 2
  • Passengers: 10
  • Cruise speed: 280 knots (322 mph, 519 km/h)
  • Horse power: 6,400 hp.
  • Motors: 4 electric motors. Each motor is a 3 phase AC induction motor rated at 1600 hp. (1200 Kw)
  • Power plant: JET-A powered engine
  • Ducted fans: 4
  • Propellers: 5 blade composite variable pitch (constant speed) propeller
  • Size of Rear Props: 4.27 ft. (1.3 m)
  • Size of Front Props: 3.58 ft. (1.09 m)
  • Length: 41.12 ft. (12.53 m)
  • Height of Aircraft: 17.55 ft. (5.35 m)
  • Wingspan: 48.55 ft. (14.8 m)
  • Passenger cabin length: 11.15 ft. (3.4 m)
  • Passenger cabin width: 13.38 ft. (4.08 m)
  • Size of rear door: 32.6 sq. ft. (3.03 sq. m)
  • Entrance: Located at the rear of the aircraft for loading and unloading of passengers and crew
  • Empty weight: 10,320 lbs. (4,681 kg)
  • Payload weight: 2,000 lbs. (907 kg)
  • MTO weight: 12,500 lbs. (5,670 kg), MTO = Maximum take-off thrust
  • Wing type: Canard wing with rear high wing
  • Tail assembly: Twin tail
  • Landing gear: Wheeled tricycle retractable landing gear
  • Safety features: Ballistic parachute, Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP)