Wisk is pursuing development of a larger eVTOL air taxi to succeed its two-seat Cora, and has identified a city for the launch of its operations in the U.S.
We spoke with Kofi Asante of Elroy Air about race, legacies of inequality, and the eVTOL industry’s opportunity to effect positive change.
Will eVTOL aircraft be able to win community acceptance where helicopters have failed? Archer Aviation’s acoustics lead, Ben Goldman, shares his insights.
Pyka co-founder Michael Norcia is betting on electric short take-off and landing airplanes, not eVTOLs, for the near-term future of urban air mobility.
We spoke with NASA’s Justin Littell and the FAA’s Joseph Pellettiere about some of the key concepts related to eVTOL crash safety.
Japan’s SkyDrive is betting that its compact, two-person eVTOL will be an ideal fit for air taxi operations within dense urban environments.
We spoke with Westworld production designer Howard Cummings about the electric aircraft that transport the wealthy and powerful in the Los Angeles of 2058.
Aircraft crashworthiness will be one element of assuring the overall safety of urban air mobility, and must be designed into eVTOLs from an early stage.
We spoke with Gary Gysin, CEO of the Boeing-Kitty Hawk joint venture Wisk Aero, about the eVTOL developer’s plans to go direct to autonomy.
From Boeing teaming up with Kitty Hawk to the Lilium Jet’s flight testing progress, here are our most-viewed eVTOL stories of 2019.