Honeywell has joined forces with UK electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft developer Vertical Aerospace to address what it calls “the technical, regulatory and business challenges of the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) segment”.
A British energy entrepreneur and one-time Formula 1 racing team owner is entering the race to build new inter-city “flying taxi” services that tap recent aerospace advances while steering clear of more fanciful blue-sky visions touted by tech-focused rivals.
Vertical Aerospace has become the first UK company to build and test a eVTOL drone-style aircraft
A Bristol start-up has successfully built and flown the UK’s first electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft, a significant milestone for the transport industry’s flying taxi ambitions
Vertical Aerospace completes test flight of prototype vehicle
There’s another competitor creating flying cars: this time it’s from the UK. Vertical Aerospace is taking on Uber, Lilium, Airbus and Rolls Royce
The UK-based startup plans to launch an ‘air taxi’ service in 2022
This 28-person startup took a big first step towards launching a nationwide flying taxi service by 2022
Flying vehicle startup Vertical Aerospace has conducted the first test flight of its electric vertical take off and landing aircraft
A recent breakthrough by a UK-based company, which has built and flown a fully electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, suggests we are
Vertical Aerospace lift off! UK’s first electric flying taxi could be taking you to work in four years
Vertical Aerospace has successfully carried out its first test flight