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Hyundai and Rolls-Royce have announced they will work together to bring all-electric propulsion and fuel cell tech to air taxis of the future.

Hyundai, Rolls-Royce to Develop Flying Cars

...– a separate entity from the manufacturer of ultra-luxury cars with the same name – have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate in the Urban Air Mobility (UAM)...

Image shows a drone packed to deliver school lunches

Unmanned Drone to Deliver School Lunches

...already benefited is Lochnell Primary in the village of Benderloch, which had a meal delivered by a Skyports UAM from Oban Airport, nearly one mile away. With the service...

Image shows Elevated view over Munich and the Marienplatz with the St. Peters church on the right, the Heiliggeist church and the snow covered Alps in the far distance.

Airbus Heads Up Flying Taxi Initiative

...number of companies, universities and research organizations on the Air Mobility Initiative (AMI), a series of projects aimed at making Urban Air Mobility (UAM) within and between cities a reality....

Image shows Test pilot Damian Hischier lands Germany-based company Volocopter 2X's air taxi during a demonstration of South Korea's Urban Air Mobility services at Gimpo International Airport in Seoul in November 11, 2021, in the first ever crewed public test flight of a fully electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in South Korea.

Autonomous Flying Taxis One Step Closer to Reality

...airspace integration for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) might be achieved. The consortium – which was led by UAM company Eve, and featured several interested parties from the aviation industry, including...

Volocopter's VoloCity

Air Taxi Company Raises $170 Million

...(UAM) company is developing new and sustainable mobility options through its family of aircraft that includes the VoloCity and VoloConnect for transporting passengers and the VoloDrone for transporting goods.

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