The Future of Advanced Air Mobility

Curt Epstein

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XTI, VerdeGo Aero Partner On Smaller Cargo TriFan

Hybrid-electric propulsion specialist VerdeGo Aero is partnering with XTI Aircraft to create the TriFan 200, a smaller version of XTI’s currently-under-development TriFan 600 VTOL passenger aircraft.
Florida-based VerdeGo Aero is partnering with XTI Aircraft to create the TriFan 200, a smaller hybrid-powered version of XTI’s currently-under-development TriFan 600 VTOL passenger aircraft.
Rendering of proposed TriFan 200

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Bye Aerospace Signs Deal with Safran Electric Motors

Bye, an electric airplane pioneer, has picked French engine-maker Safran to power its eFlyers.
Electric-powered aircraft pioneer Bye Aerospace has signed a cooperation agreement with Safran Electrical & Power to equip its eFlyer 2 and eFlyer 4 aircraft with its ENGINeUS electric smart motors.
Safran ENGINeUS motor

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Korean Company Invests in Bye Aerospace and New Envoy Aircraft

Little is known about the plans for Korean startup Aerospace9, which has been recently founded by IT entrepreneur Seunghyuk Cha.
Seoul-based Aerospace9 has agreed to buy at least 300 of Bye's electric aircraft, including both the eFlyer2 and eFlyer4, as well as the first examples of a new twin-motor nine-seater model called the Envoy.
Aerospace9 and Bye

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Advanced Air Mobility Consortium Launches In Canada

The Canadian Advanced Air Mobility (CAAM) Consortium will promote the introduction of zero and reduced carbon aircraft.
On October 28, the Canadian Advanced Air Mobility (CAAM) Consortium held its global launch event, ushering in what its organizers hope will be a new era of flight in the Great White North. Twenty stakeholders from industry, academia, and local community groups are involved in the new group.
Helijet AAM operations

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Tecnam Teams With Rolls-Royce To Develop the P-Volt Electric Commuter Airliner

The Italian light aircraft manufacturer says it already has letters of intent from several airlines for the all-electric P-Volt.
Tecnam says the short- to medium-range P-Volt aircraft will be ready to enter commercial service during the second half of the 2020s. It has not yet specified projected performance for an aircraft that will be based on its latest piston-powered P2012 model.
Tecnam P-Volt