Global passenger air traffic will reach 2019 levels already by June this year, driven by the strong recovery of Asia Pacific and, in particular, China. “Despite the implementation of testing requirements, reopening of the world’s second-largest aviation market will...
UPDATE – United Airlines intends to launch operations with Archer Aviation eVTOL vehicles between New York City and Newark Airport in 2025, the airline and start-up airframer announced in a joint media statement today. This makes United the second US airline...
Delta Airlines plans to launch eVTOL city-to-airport services in New York and Los Angeles together with Joby Aviation. More cities in the US and even the UK could follow later. Delta anticipates being the first to offer eVTOL services in the US, which should be in...
Wisk has unveiled the sixth generation of its advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicle. This will be the one that the US company, which is partly owned by Boeing, will offer for certification for future transportation of passengers. As before, Wisk sticks to its philosophy...
California-based Joby Aviation says it is progressing well on the roadmap toward certification of its eVTOL. It has more or less completed three definition phases of the project and has now started the implementation phase which includes testing and analysis. The...
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