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...
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...
There hasn’t been an OEM that didn’t bring up the topic during last week’s earnings calls: supply chain and labor issues. Airbus, Boeing, Raytheon, GE, Safran, all are affected by the shortages in labor and materials that disrupt the production flows of engines and...
The past year has seen a plethora of announcements from the handful of eVTOL OEMs. With these announcements one has to ask, is there a bubble? There are some big players on the OEM side of the business – Airbus, Bell, and Embraer among them. Boeing is involved...
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