Archer’s Maker just got the green light from the FAA for test flights, while EHang’s eVTOL will enter commercial service in China in months.
NFTs of “Miami Vice” boats, a $500,000 electric jet ski, and a yacht builder arts patron all shared a spotlight in this week’s art show.
The convertible seating on Triton’s 660/9 AVA lets up to eight passengers and a pilot enjoy exceptional views, all the way down to 660 feet.
The 4Air is a stylized version of the 4L, one of Europe’s most popular economy cars. But this Renault can fly high over rush-hour traffic.
The $500,000 Maverick GT Jet RIB and Energy Platform is a 70-mph beast that converts to a RIB. Oh, it can power your home if the electricity goes out.
Seven vintage mahogany Rivas are on display at a museum near Lake Como, one of the largest owner communities of the highly coveted brand.
The sleek-bodied corporate helicopter combines sumptuous creature comforts with peace of mind.
The verandah, high-tech art, big gym and bedroom suite on Lufthansa Technik’s Explorer are design cues from contemporary expedition yachts.
From yachts that run on hydrogen fuel cells to a vessel with a bonkers new sailing rig, these designs may well be the future of yachting.
Clients are paying $5,000 to $25,000 per hour for private jets, and, in turn, are seeing delays and downgrades. What gives?