Top Future Aircraft Concepts We May See In The Future

Aircrafts have changed a lot since it was first invented with different sizes, designs, features. Here are some future aircraft concepts that will amaze you:

Airbus VSR700 OPV

The least “conceptual” aircraft on this list is the Airbus heliᴄᴏᴘters VSR700 optionally piloted vehicle, which has already started autonomous flight testing. In partnership with heliᴄᴏᴘters Guimbal, the original builder of the Cabri G2 heliᴄᴏᴘter that has received civil certification, the heliᴄᴏᴘter division of Airbus is developing the VSR700. According to Airbus, the VSR 700 incorporates a “fully digital, multi-channel” flight control system. There are optical sensors and a radar system, both on land and at sea. According to Airbus, the aircraft will be used for land-based intelligence surveillance target acquisition and reconnaissance tasks as well as shipborne rotary-wing tactical requirements in naval operations.

Alice Commuter

Isʀᴀᴇʟi startup Eviation showed its all-electric light aircraft, the “Alice Commuter,” at the Paris Air Show. According to the manufacturer, the aircraft features distributed propulsion with two pusher propellers at the wingtips and one primary pusher propeller in the tail. The 6,000 pounds of lithium-ion batteries that make up the Alice’s power supply allow it to travel 600 miles and accommodate nine passengers.


The British aviation company Neva Aerospace proposed the AirQuadOne business venture as a potential future example of personal manned aerial transportation. An electric car charging station’s direct wire connection, induction, or battery pack switch can be used to charge the battery pack of the AirQuadOne, which is designed as a personal vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft. Neva’s static thrust electric turbofan technology powers it.

Let’s take a look at Future Aircraft Concepts in the video below:

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