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Month: May 2019

For the last five years, Faradair has been designing an 18-seat hybrid-electric aircraft at its headquarters in the UK. Just earlier this year at the Revolution.Aero Europe show, Faradair revealed its prototype and plans for the Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft (BEHA). The company announced its intention to fly by 2022 and be to certified and ready for commercial operations by 2025. The...

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Earlier this week, eVTOL developer Airspace Experience Technologies announced its fundraising campaign on SeedInvest. So far, ASX has raised over $200,000 with the number steadily rising. SeedInvest is an online fundraising platform where anyone, not just SEC accredited investors, can invest in companies they believe believe in. The company works similarly to the well-known Kickstarter.com, except that rather than pre-ordering...

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Airspace Experience Technologies on SeedInvest

The initial hype about the size of the future Urban Air Mobility market, that reached its peak with the Morgan Stanley’s prediction of a $1.5 trillion potential by 2040, is now fading. Caution. Delays Ahead! Current forecasts about Urban Air Mobility (UAM) tend to indicate a market volume which can only be possible if flying-cars fill-up the city-skies, landing or...

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BLADE’S NEW HELICOPTER SERVICE NOW INCLUDES ALL NYC AREA AIRPORTS On May 8th, BLADE Urban Air Mobility announced that it has expanded its service to include LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. This service expansion is furthering the company’s mission of enhancing the reach and affordability of urban aviation. “Since expanding our continuous flight service between Manhattan and JFK, we...

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BLADE UAM

XTI Aircraft Company has successfully completed a 65% scale test of its luxury VTOL Aircraft, marking a major milestone for private VTOL development. Watch the full flight below: XTI Aircraft has been developing the TriFan 600 since 2012, although founder David Brody has been building innovative helicopters since 2007. The TriFan 600 is one of the world’s first private VTOL...

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XTI Aorcraft prototype eVTOL

Alphabet’s Wing Aviation is the first company to be approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to operate as an airline for drone delivery in the United States. Alphabet, parent company of Google, took in Wing Aviation as an independent subsidiary as of July 2018. Since then, Wing has been closely working with FAA regulatory officials to submit evidence and demonstrate that...

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Boeing NeXt, the company’s disruptive mobility arm, has been focused on a global airspace integration effort to create a world in which autonomous and piloted air vehicles safely coexist. To create the transportation systems of the future, Boeing has been developing the Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV), and the Cargo Air Vehicle (CAV). Both are autonomous systems designed to fill a...

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Boeing Cargo Air Vehicle

Uber Elevate has finalized the agenda for its third upcoming Summit in Washington D.C June 11th-12. This is Uber Elevate’s third official yearly conference. The Elevate Summits gather together leaders from across industry, government, policy, and technology for a 2-day event aimed at promoting the future of Urban Air Mobility. Speakers at this year’s Summit will include executives from the Elevate...

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Neo Aeronautics Reveals the Crimson S8

03 May 2019 || 4 min read

Singapore firm Neo Aeronautics is set to launch their new eVTOL 1-seater, the Crimson S8, in California late next year. According to founder and CEO Neo Kok Beng, the vehicle is designed for low-level urban air mobility and door to door transportation. The Crimson S8 is a 1-seater eVTOL, capable of both manual and autonomous flight, measures in at 15...

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