JoeBen Bevirt has ducked the media spotlight—until now. He discusses how electric air taxis will make urban transport cleaner and cheaper.
Unlike most eVTOLs, the iFly isn’t an air taxi, but rather personal transportation that flies to specific locations with the push of a button.
With four rotors and wings, the eTransporter out-flies many eVTOL competitors. The big bonus: its rotor technology is already FAA certified.
The Volocopter 2X’s first flight yesterday at a French air show promises to be a precursor to 2024, when air taxis will be buzzing around Paris.
The eSTOL aircraft uses much less energy to lift off than its eVTOL siblings.
Who says you have to be at 35,000 feet to appreciate a pilot’s watch?
The TurboFan 600 looks unlike any other vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. If it lives up to its stats, it could crush the competition.
The just-launched Archer Maker is the latest entry in the electric air-taxi race.
Electric aircraft manufacturers view downtown garages as more than a place to park cars. They see them as strategically located vertiports.