Archer has completed the final assembly of the first Midnight aircraft and is readying the eVTOL for the first flight and test program later this summer. The vehicle will start with ground testing at the Salinas (California) test facility, where the Midnight was...
Joby Aviation and automotive powerhouse Toyota are further deepening their relationship. After an equity investment and a consulting role, Toyota is now set to become a key supplier for the powertrain and actuation components for Joby’s eVTOL, the two companies...
Joby Aviation could be tapping into a new market for its eVTOL vehicles, having signed a contract with the US Air Force to deliver nine aircraft to them. The Air Force will test the electric vehicles to check if they fit into its passenger and cargo operations. US Air...
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...
Vertical Aerospace says it completed the first hover flight of its VX4 eVTOL vehicle over the past weekend. This is the first step of the full flight test program that should lead toward certification in 2025. Vertical Aerospace VX-4 makes its first...
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