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...
AirInsight attended the North American International Auto Show in Detroit earlier today, and met with two aircraft companies displaying their wares. A story on the Icon A5 can be found here, and an interview with AIR on their unique urban electric flying car can be...
With news out this morning, Embraer’s EVE program took another big win. United Airlines has a $15 million investment and a conditional purchase agreement for 200 four-seat electric aircraft plus 200 options. This deal pushes United Airlines to the top eVTOL...
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...
Start-up Archer has made good progress on the development of its Maker eVTOL aircraft, ticking important boxes in its flight test program. The company has also completed the preliminary design review of the production version and received its first pre-delivery...
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