Extremely safe VTOL air vehicle
In 1940, automaker Henry Ford said, "Mark my words: a combination airplane and motorcar is coming." Ford was teased for the statement, but now, decades later, the same technologies that power drones and steer autonomous vehicles could launch "flying cars" from the pages of sci-fi comics to the skies of our cities.
Morgan Stanley
Flyka key features
Extremely safe VTOL
No single point of failure. Decentralization of all modules. No mechanical parts (except bearings).
Outstanding fidelity
Even if the model loses 6 out of 22 motor units, it will still continue flying and remain under control.
Cost efficiency
Extremely low flight cost, $15 per hour.
Model & engine are patented
Two national patents registered.
Two international patents and two pending.
Price 2x lower
Than competitors. Due to the cluster approach, we use common components, 20 times cheaper than highly-priced aviation standard parts.
Decentralized architecture
Independent motor units contain a controller, an engine, and a power source.
Modern aircrafts are developed for ways to increase the reliability of components. This causes the cost of apparatuses increase.
Safety and security, economics, transportation demand, regulation, public acceptance are key dependencies for the market to become viable.
We achieve security through multiple redundancy (distributed architecture like a blockchain) and automation of the aircraft. This new approach allows us to obtain the highest reliability at a much lower price, creating a competitive advantage.
Cruising speed
150 km/h
Flight time
30 min*
Above ground
1 - 1000 m
Flight range
75 km
Useful load
170 kg
Technology stage
sub-scale prototype
First models have taken off,
though it is still far from mass adoption. 100 projects globally, $500M invested.
Sub-scale prototype is flying
Flyka technical specifications:

Seats: 1 or 2
Dimensions, decomposed, WLH: 2,7x3,3x1,6 meters
Dimensions, folded, WLH: 0,94x3,3x1,6 meters
Range: 75 km (up to 400 km with hydrogen fuel cells)
Payload: 130 kg (1 seat) or 240 kg (2 seats)
Dry weight: 390 kg (urban, 1 seat); 510 kg (sport or 2 seats)
Acceleration to 100 km/h: 6 sec (urban) or 3 sec (sport)
Flight hour cost: ~$16 (depends on local energy prices)
Full charging: 154 kW (urban) 207 kW (sport)
Current charging limit: 86A per battery; 740A total
Minimal charging current: 6A at 220 AC or 15A at 110 AC
Our team
Entrepreneur with extensive experience in the development of high-tech companies, mentor.
Former founder and CEO of Denimax telecom, Ritm-Z.
Maxim Levoshin
Flyka CEO, co-founder,
founder of Fanaura VC
15 years in the aircraft industry, 17 scientific publications, 7 patents awaiting, 4 patents in UAV construction. Ex-Head constructor of UAV "Berkuchi" (2005-2010).
Sergey Tovkach
Flyka CTO, co-founder
20 years in robotics, 4 international patents. Development and production experience in the United States.
Igor Chudakov
Flyka R&D, co-founder
Indonesia based financial guru with extensive international experience in fintech, DAO.
Anton Velmozhin
Flyka CFO, co-founder
Pathfinding and AI developer, control systems engineer
Vladimir Korneev
Flyka engineer
Layout, fuselage & truss structures of the fuselage mechanical engineer.
Dmitry Boldin
Flyka mechanical engineer
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