Fresh into the new year, Archer Aviation has announced a further deepening of its partnership with Stellantis. The automotive giant will take an equity share in the Advanced Air Mobility start-up and also join forces to manufacture the Midnight eVTOL, the two...
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...
Boeing’s $450 million investment in eVTOL maker Wisk is a clear indication that the aerospace giant is not prepared to leave the upcoming Urban Air Mobility market to the competition. With many start-ups preparing to enter the UAM scene and Airbus and Embraer also...
The Archer Aviation eVTOL has made its first hover flight on December 16, the US start-up announced on December 20. The Maker demonstrator aircraft hovered for an unspecified duration, nor the Archer provided details of the altitude. A picture on its website showed...
When you are a start-up aerospace company that can announce pre-orders for some 1.000 of your yet-to-fly airplane and at the same time attract new investors, you can’t consider yourself to have had a bad day. Exactly this has happened to UK-company Vertical Aerospace,...
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