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MIRUS - Studierendenprojekt 2019


The Story of MIRUS

Introducing MIRUS, the next generation commuter aircraft focused on the optimal use of synergy effects to fully unlock the potential of future markets.

MIRUS is a multi-engine, three-lifting surfaces aircraft with an innovative high-lift configuration and a serial plug-in hybrid-electric propulsion system.

Providing a level of autonomy, where systems exhibit operational behavior indistinguishable from that of a human pilot, MIRUS is not only meeting but also exceeding todays’ safety requirements.

MIRUS offers the best conditions to follow the change of time with varying interior designs. Thanks to modular assembly MIRUS is flexibly and innovatively prepared for any kind of scenario ensuring a smooth and fast changeover between passenger and freight flights. The electric wheel hub motor provides an independent push-back and zero emission taxiing. Ground handling procedures are optimized using a foldable canard and a retractable prop which offers additional power during take-off.

MIRUS is right on track to face the challenge of boosting the neglected segment of commuter aircraft and stands by its statement: Marvelous. In Every Way.

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