Innovative flying vehicles: The test field for unmanned electric flight (TUEF) is one of the latest developments at the special-purpose and research airport. The focus is on alternative, low-emission engines and autonomous, unmanned flight – one of many exciting projects on the grounds of Air Tech Campus Oberpfaffenhofen. The test field offers the perfect environment for carrying out test flights under realistic conditions and is already being used by the Aerospace Cluster bavAIRia e.V. and the German Testing Center for Unmanned Flying (DEU). As the volume of test flights grows, so does the list of the test field’s users. In addition to the German Institute of Aerospace, the Munich-based start-up Lilium is also at home on the site. Lilium develops autonomous air taxis at ATC – including the first successful test flights – and is successfully driving the further development of vertical take-off aircraft and updating the technology for the 21st century and beyond. In addition to these local companies, more and more universities are also using the site to take the leap from theory to practice, including the Technical University of Munich.