The eVTOL developers Beta and Joby are on their way to conducting flight testing with the U.S. Air Force as part of the Agility Prime air race to certification.
Beta and Joby advance in U.S. Air Force Agility Prime campaign
Not just air taxis: eVTOL developers see growing potential in utility applications
EASA continues to advance eVTOL certification framework with proposed means of compliance
A new eVTOL air taxi developer, Archer Aviation, emerges from stealth
The utility sector is a growing area of focus for eVTOL companies, with some developing immediate plans and others looking to the future.
From the Vertical Flight Society, an in-depth interview with Mark Blackwell, global strategy manager for the Japanese eVTOL developer SkyDrive.
EHang’s “passenger-grade” EHang 216 autonomous aerial vehicle has been approved to transport cargo for a commercial customer in Taizhou, China.
Skyports is using Wingcopter drones and Thales’ Soarizon operations management platform in a trial supporting the Covid-19 response in Scotland.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is seeking comments on its proposed means of compliance for the certification of eVTOL aircraft.
Palo Alto-based Archer Aviation has come out of stealth mode, with a roster of top eVTOL engineering talent poached from competitors.
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