With its winged design, Vertical Aerospace’s VA-X1 eVTOL has a faster cruise speed of 150 mph and longer range than most competitors.
While automation is inevitable, it will take time and FAA certification before flying an aircraft involves pushing a button and taking off. But aviation experts say it’s coming.
The H2PlasmaRay uses hydrogen fuel cells to give it a much longer range than competitors in the emerging eVTOL segment.
ZeroAvia’s hydrogen fuel cell could be a game-changer for aircraft of all sizes.
Quantum Air plans to be the world’s first electric air commercial operator when it opens an LA-based UAM network in 2021.
Jaunt Air Mobility says the Journey will have 175-mph cruise speed and be 65 percent quieter than a traditional helicopter, all with a silky-smooth ride.
The companies are collaborating to further develop the Cora, a two-seat vehicle Kitty Hawk hopes will be the cornerstone of an air taxi service.
The company is looking for an international partner for air taxi launch and is introducing Uber Eats by drone.