Swedish start-up Heart Aerospace has redesigned its full-electric regional aircraft from a 19-seater to a 30-seater. The airframer also announced Air Canada and Saab as new minority shareholders of the project, while also announcing new orders. Heart unveiled 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...
European start-up Heart Aerospace is planning to certify its battery-powered, full electric ES-19 regional aircraft under a higher weight category than originally planned. This change allows it “to optimize the product, reduce regulatory risk, and increase the...
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...
The US domestic eVTOL market should, in theory, be massive. US air travel is mature, while road traffic grows worse with congestion increasing on decaying road infrastructure. The option of being able to literally fly over the clogged, and broken, roads should cause...
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