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...
Archer Aviation has unveiled the production version of its eVTOL vehicle, which it hopes to get certified in the second half of 2024 and enter service in 2025. The Midnight is the successor of the Maker demonstrator that has been used for testing. Archer unveils...
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...
There is probably no airline in the world anymore that hasn’t sustainability as a top priority in its strategy, but few airlines are having such a diverse approach to the topic as United Airlines. Yes, sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) take up more than half of 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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