The Sirius Jet, a zero-emission VTOL aircraft with a hydrogen-electric propulsion system, leverages jet aerodynamics with airplane and helicopter versatility to achieve extended flight distances, impressive speeds, and high altitudes at near-silent levels
Sirius Aviation AG has unveiled a hydrogen-powered VTOL aircraft, the Sirius Jet, designed in collaboration with BMW’s Designworks and Sauber Group.
According to Sirius, this marks a major milestone in sustainable aviation and highlights the company’s commitment to innovation, sustainability, and safety.
The Sirius Jet is a high-performance, zero-emission VTOL aircraft, propelled by a hydrogen-electric propulsion system. Leveraging jet aerodynamics with airplane and helicopter versatility, it achieves extended flight distances, impressive speeds, and high altitudes at near-silent levels.
According to Sirius Aviation, the Sirius Jet redfines excellence with unmatched cutting-edge technology, unique design, and precision engineering, setting a new industry standard.
In 2025, the Sirius Jet will take flight in two versions: Sirius Business Jet, tailored to private jet needs, and Sirius Millennium Jet, crafted for commercial aviation.
On Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, Sirius Aviation will host an event at Payerne Airport in Switzerland, unveiling the aircraft’s Hydrogen-Electric Ducted Fan Propulsion System with the first public inaugural ignition. The event will feature a press conference and remarks from esteemed global leaders.