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Back Official Launch Flight Features Vertical Takeoff to Cruise Farm Flyby Flight Testing in Snow 360 Video in Snow Eleanor Li, EAA AirVenture 2021 Marcus Leng, EAA AirVenture 2021 Kristina Menton, EAA AirVenture 2021 John Blackstone, CBS Sunday Morning News Parachute Testing All of our video footage of BlackFly in flight is of real, full-sized aircraft. None of the footage is computer-generated.

Envision, The Future of Transportation, Personal Freedom, A New Dimension of Travel

Watch our videos 3D Print a Model BlackFly! 35,000+ miles flown 4,300+ flights

We spend too much time confined to a two-dimensional network of concrete and asphalt. The dream of futurists has always been a flying vehicle capable of efficiently moving passengers from A to B.

Opener is realizing this dream in a safe, easy-to-operate, electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle: BlackFly.

Opener's BlackFly heralds a new era of aviation. Time and money spent traveling and maintaining infrastructure will be reduced. People will go places they never thought possible.


Safety first

At Opener, we designed a new aircraft with safety as our highest priority. Fitted with triple-modular redundant flight systems, control surfaces, and sensors, our aircraft provides a new way to confidently take to the skies.

Tried and tested > 4,000 flights flown with payload > 109,000 propulsion system endurance flight cycles: equivalent to 139 circumnavigations of the earth > 500,000 propulsion system extreme punch test cycles
Fault-tolerant design Redundant motors, elevons, batteries Three fail-safe flight systems Isolated, distributed battery system
Ease of operation Software flight-envelope protection Return-to-Home button Demo Flight feature Soft-landing assist Geofence-capable Comprehensive training
Simple user interface Real-time alerts and notifications Intuitive joystick
Backup landing systems Ballistic Parachute System (BPS)
Redundant propulsion Isolated distributed battery system Fault-tolerant elevon pairs Ballistic parachute Powered descent Triple-modular redundant controls Auto-Land feature Return-to-Home feature Demo Flight feature

Powerful Capabilities

Vertical Take-off and Landing (eVTOL)


All Electric

Simple, safe, no emissions

Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV)

Full freedom

Take-off and Landing Assist

Perfect every time

Position Hold

Hover in place

Cruise Control

Enjoy the ride

Energy Consumption

BlackFly 245 Wh/mi Electric Car 270 Wh/mi


Measured at 150 ft BlackFly 72 dBA Highway 76 dBA Motorcycle 80+ dBA

BlackFly Specifications


Single seat

PAV (Personal Aerial Vehicle)

eVTOL (Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing)

Fixed tandem-wing aircraft

Full-electric propulsion

Classification Ultralight (USA)
Basic Ultralight (Canada)
Amphibious-capable (freshwater) Controls

Joystick, fly-by-wire electrical controls


Epoxy-impregnated carbon fiber

Landing surfaces

Grass, asphalt, snow, ice


Triple-modular redundancy

Fault-tolerant design

8 fixed propulsion units

4 redundant elevon pairs

Ballistic parachute

Operating conditions

20 mph max wind

-20 to 30 °C (-4 to 86 °F) temperature range



Up to 6 ft 6 in / 200 lbs


13 ft 7 in wide

13 ft 5 in long

5 ft high

Weight 343 lbs (empty) (USA)
Battery 8 kWh (USA)
12 kWh (Intl) Charging (Intl) 120 V / 15 A 20% - 100% Charge 7.4 hrs 120 V / 20 A 20% - 100% Charge 5.5 hrs 240 V / 50 A 20% - 100% Charge 67 mins 240 V / 2x50 A 20% - 80% Charge 25 mins Range (with 20% reserve) 25 miles (USA, 200 lbs)
40+ miles (Intl, 200 lbs) Static thrust (max.) 960 lbs Performance (Max. Take-off Weight) Cruise Speed 62 mph (limited, USA) 80+ mph (Intl) Stall speed 0 mph Max. climb rate 500 fpm Max. descent rate 500 fpm Take-off run 36 in Landing distance 36 in

A Complete Solution


Disassembles and fits within a small trailer

Easy Assembly

From storage to sky in 30 minutes

Super Charging

80% charge in 25 minutes


Operates in multiple environments

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