With no moving parts, this plane flies on the ionic wind

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Since planes were invented, they’ve flown using moving parts to push air around. Sure, there are gliders and dirigibles, which float more than fly, but powered flight is all about propellers (that’s why they call them that). Today that changes, with the first-ever ‘solid state’ aircraft, flying with no moving parts at all by generating “ionic wind.”