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  • Airbus said its Helicopters division is developing an electric take off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi that could take its first flight in 2023. Airline Weekly
  • Within a couple of years, urban air mobility companies will begin testing their electric air taxis in several cities. Axios
  • Joby Aviation, Inc. is a California-headquartered transportation company developing an all-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft which it intends to operate as part of a fast, quiet, and convenient air taxi service beginning in 2024. Yahoo Finance
  • Air taxi operations are forecast to commence in 2022 in the Middle East and grow at a compound annual growth rate of 45.9% to reach 430,000 units in operation globally by 2040. Fleet Summit
  • Joby Aviation, a California-based aerospace company, is aiming to launch its air taxi service in 2024, but it must meet the requirements set out by the Federal Aviation Administration. Uk News today - Up to date News, NHS, Health, Sport, Science
  • India could be a major hub for air taxi services in near future. The Pioneer
  • Another urban air mobility study by Frost & Sullivan, as per CNBC, sees air taxis beginning in 2022 in Dubai and expanding with a compound annual growth rate of about 46% to more than 430,000 units in operation by 2040. The Plunge Daily
  • A study by Frost & Sullivan sees air taxis or vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft beginning in 2022 in Dubai and expanding with a CAGR of about 46% to more than 430,000 units in operation by 2040. press-release-dubai-airshow-2021-advisory-board-convenes-first-time-analyse-future-aerospace
  • Earlier in 2021 the airline announced it will invest more than US$ 1 billion in Archer Aviation, a start-up developing electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. Which-50
  • Joby Aviation, Inc. is a California-headquartered transportation company developing an all-electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft which it intends to operate as part of a fast, quiet, and convenient air taxi service beginning in 2024. Yahoo Finance
  • Joby Aviation, Inc. is a California-based transportation company developing an all-electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft that it intends to operate as a fast, quiet and convenient air taxi service to from 2024. Transport Hamali
  • The city of Los Angeles has chosen Archer Aviation to provide an air taxi fleet for its Urban Air Mobility Partnership - a public-private partnership between Los Angeles and other tech companies - by 2024. Exploding Topics
  • Some technology developed from Pratt's hybrid prop engine in Canada could also transfer to other products, such as engines for air taxis and lucrative single-aisle jets. E&T
  • By 2026, leading eVTOL developer Joby Aviation expects that its fleet of commercial air taxis will be performing over 12 million flights per year, or more than 35,000 flights per day. evtol.com
  • Volocopter expects EASA, then FAA certification for commercial launch in the next two to three years, developments that would position the VoloCity to be the first to enter the electric air taxi market. Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
  • The VoloCity is planned for certification by the end of 2022 and Volocopter expects to begin air taxi service in Paris and Singapore in 2023. Aviation Week
  • Joby Aviation, the US-based aerospace start-up, plans to launch a commercial air taxi service in 2024. Smart Transport Conference
  • Last month, Joby Aviation and Archer Aviation, which are both electric air-taxi companies that do not expect any revenue for years, said they planned to go public via SPACs that valued them at $6.6 billion and $3.8 billion, respectively. Star Tribune
  • Joby Aviation is a California-based transportation company developing an all-electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft to serve as a fast, quiet, and affordable air taxi service from 2024. Drone Tech
  • Germany's Lilium has announced a 7-seat version of its gorgeous eVTOL air taxi, as well as plans to have a commercial operation up and running by 2024. New Atlas
  • Many companies around the world are currently developing a variety of air taxis, which will be used to transport passengers in cities. Inceptive Mind
  • Volocopter has already committed to running air taxi routes safely and quietly in Singapore and Paris, and plans to offer further routes across Europe, Asia and the U.S. PYMNTS.com
  • As the first and only electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) company to receive Design Organisation Approval by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, Volocopter expects its first commercial air taxi routes to be opened within the next two years. index.php

Last updated: 24 October 2021


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