One of the most complex aircraft in the world landed Saturday at the Logan-Cache Airport for a series of tests that will help pilots and engineers better understand its capabilities.

The Bell/Boeing V-22 Osprey – the tiltrotor aircraft that takes off and lands like a helicopter but flies through the sky like an airplane – is in Cache Valley for six weeks of high-tech performance testing.

But don’t expect a flyover or aerobatics from the $65 million machine that will spend most its time in Cache Valley hovering just a few dozen feet above the ground.

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