Month: July 2022

EVE management participated in ceremony at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on May 10, 2022 by ringing the opening bell in celebration of the public listing. The common stock offering opened at an initial market price of $10.28 and, as of now, trades at approximately $6.60. Since the public listing, EVE has continued its strategic expansion efforts, announcing partnerships...

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Skytrans, a regional airline based in Cairns, Australia, has announced that it will purchase and operate up to five of startup Stralis’ new hydrogen fuell-cell powered aircraft, with initial operations expected to begin in 2026. Above: Rendering of a Beechcraft B1900D-HE retrofitted with Stralis’ hydrogen fuel-cell propulsion For its initial aircraft, Stralis will retrofit hydrogen-electric propulsion systems into conventional Beechcraft...

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CASA, the Civil Air Safety board of Australia, recently disclosed their timeline for the advancement of aerial mobility. Companies such as Skyportz in Australia are making moves to be well positioned for the future expansion of some of the aerial mobility use cases defined in the timeline. Pip Spence, CEO of CASA, said of the released white paper: “we brought...

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Lilium, the German company behind the world’s first eVTOL jet, has announced that it will partner with Astronics for its aircraft’s secondary power distribution system. Above: Image of Lilium’s eVTOL jet prototype, propelled by 36 ducted fans While technology by Lilium will distribute power for the propulsion of the Lilium Jet, the secondary system from Astronics will convert high voltage...

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Skyfly, based in the United Kingdom, has announced the ‘Axe’, a two-seater personal use eVTOL capable of flying up to 200 miles while still fitting in a two-car garage. The Axe is currently being offered at approximately £150,000. Above: Skyfly’s axe ready to fly in a pilot owner’s driveway The Axe is unique in that although it has fixed-wing, its...

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Since 2020, Diehl Aerospace and Volocopter have partnered on the development of avionics for Volocopter’s VoloCity eVTOL aircraft. The two companies will now expand the scope of their partnership to include the development of optical and energy management components of these avionics. Diehl Aerospace is a joint venture of the German Diehl Group and the French Thales Group. It currently...

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Archer Aviation Inc. announced that based on the recent successes seen in its Maker flight testing program it is confident it will achieve its goal of flying full transition flights with Maker by year end. Archer is conducting multiple tests weekly as it progresses through Maker’s flight test campaign.  According to the Company’s press release, the work the team put...

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