NEW HOME FOR BATTERIES - May 7, 2021 We have multiple batteries in the Switchblade, as we have a fly-by-wire rudder system that depends on electricity to function and need the redundancy. Two...
Update – May 6, 2021
REVERSED PROPS UNPACKED!! - May 6, 2021 Switchblade Assembly Tech Sean Bliss is shown unpacking and examining the reverse props from Sterna Propellers. We had received props from Sterna earlier, and...
CBS-Affiliate KOIN 6 – Portland, OR
Flying car made in Oregon is weeks away from taking off
The Switchblade has been a work in progress for 14 years.
Flying Sports Car Reaches 1,500 Reservations
Samson Sky’s Switchblade has customers in 45 countries.
PORTLAND BUSINESS JOURNAL
4 big ways you can ride into the future of mobility — and now is the time to jump on
New forms of transportation — such as the Switchblade flying car, made in Oregon — will become mainstream this decade.
Update – May 4, 2021
SOMETIMES SMALL IS BEST - May 4, 2021 The Switchblade's fuel pumps need to produce lots of flow and lots of pressure. On the other end of things, we needed a very small pump for oil to an isolated...
Update – May 3, 2021
WHAT IS A HEADER TANK? - May 3, 2021 With multiple tanks, you will probably want to drain to a common tank, called a header tank, and pump the fuel from that point. It is the lowest place in the...
Florida Aviation Network
FLORIDA AVIATION NETWORK INTERVIEWS JAMES MAUCH AT SUN ‘N FUN 2021
FAN’s Rod Timmermans interviewed Switchblade Ambassador James Mauch – how does this flying car operate, what is some of the unique technology behind it, and more!