Eve Air Mobility unveiled the cabin of its eVTOL vehicle on Day 0 of the Farnborough Airshow. The spin-off of Embraer also offered some updates on the design of the vehicle, which should be certified in 2026. The cabin seats the pilot at the front and four passengers...
Embraer has no immediate plans to return to the upper end of the executive jets market again and compete directly with Gulfstream, Bombardier, or Dassault. But if it will, it will come up with something disruptive that’s different from the competition. President and...
There isn’t even a flying full-sized prototype, nor a complete industrial infrastructure. And the regulators have still to define the exact set of rules to approve the vehicle. Yet, Embraer’s Eve Urban Air Mobility is positive that all these crucial elements will be...
Rolls-Royce has produced its first operating profit since 2019, reporting a £414 million underlying operating result for 2021. The engine maker has completed a long and painful restructuring that has reduced its Civil Aerospace unit in size by one-third. It expects to...
Singapore Airshow 2022 might lack the vibes of big order announcements (which are unlikely to happen), but as far as eVTOLs are concerned, the numbers of orders and commitments have been racking up. Day 2 saw commitments for a combined 190 electric Urban Air Mobility...
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