We caught up with Volatus Infrastructure to learn more about its plans to build vertiports in time for the first FAA-approved eVTOL aircraft.
LIFT Aircraft plans to launch an experiential entertainment business with its eVTOL, a move that allows it to avoid FAA type certification.
Joby has acquired Avionyx, an aerospace software engineering firm, to help support the type certification program for its five-seat eVTOL aircraft.
We spoke to Andrew Strachan, Lilium’s chief test pilot, to learn about how the company is progressing through its flight test program in Spain.
The future of urban air mobility will depend on having the right infrastructure to support eVTOL operations.
Overair and Skyroads are the latest AAM companies to team up with Urban Movement Labs to explore UAM operations in Los Angeles, California.
Blade is eyeing an overseas expansion of its UAM platform, but the company is offering few specifics as it prepares to launch a new European division.
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