Helijet Brings Electric Air Taxis to Canada

We round up news from Helijet, Beta Technologies, SpaceX, Zipline, and plenty more in this week's Future of FLYING newsletter.
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Utah Provides Blueprint of How AAM Operations Might Look at State Level

The Utah Department of Transportation’s Aeronautics Division released a report on how drones, electric air taxis, and other new aircraft may fit into ...
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Canada’s Helijet Makes History with Beta eVTOL Order

An agreement with the British Columbia-based helicopter airline represents the first eVTOL purchase from a Canadian air carrier—and Beta’s first sale in the ...
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New Collaboration Between Air Force and FAA Could Give AAM a Lift

The FAA and Air Force both have skin in the AAM game, and the two will partner to integrate new designs such as ...
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Beta Technologies’ Alia Electric Aircraft, Crew Arrive at Eglin AFB for Testing Program

Air Force pilots will help evaluate the airplane’s performance on mission, including resupply and personnel transport.
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Pipistrel’s Velis Electro Promises Electric Revolution

World's first type-certificated electric aircraft is chosen for the Air Force’s Agility Prime program.
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Archer’s Midnight Electric Air Taxi Completes Inaugural Test Flight

Archer is eyeing “for-credit” testing with the FAA next year ahead of Midnight’s commercial launch, expected in 2025.
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Overair to Deliver 20 eVTOL Aircraft for South Korea Air Taxi Flights—and Police

The manufacturer signed agreements to provide air taxis, establish a nationwide AAM network, and provide aircraft and training to Korean police.
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Boeing’s Wisk Aero Steps Up LA Presence with Public Air Taxi Demos

The company said it was the first to complete public eVTOL flight demonstrations in Los Angeles County.
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Is China the Top Dog in eVTOL?

We address that question and break down news from Amazon, Archer, and more in this week's Future of FLYING newsletter.
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