Three Points: The last 747, eVTOL cash burn, China and the B-21
Visualizing eVTOL startups’ cash burn
Charting the precious cash reserves and spending of eVTOL players as they race to certify their aircraft.
Archer plays the hare to Joby’s tortoise in eVTOL race
Both Archer and Joby have a 2024 goal for FAA certification and two completely different strategies to...
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Mixed messages from Boeing raise questions about its investment in Wisk
Boeing’s leaders seem to doubt the financial viability of the urban air mobility market, but their $450M...
The fascinating fine print behind Delta’s bet on Joby
Delta is making a real commitment to eVTOL developer Joby Aviation, with a clear appreciation for the...
Wisk, with wings to glide, picks skids not wheels
So much of the eVTOL debate is about how to get off the ground, how to land matters, too.
Three Points: United’s Midnight ride, elusive eVTOL harmonization, AAM won’t end wildfires
Issue No. 58
U.S. eVTOL developers not waiting on standards harmonization
Harmonization with EASA on eVTOL certification standards doesn’t appear to be a top priority for the FAA.
What we still don’t know about Archer’s deal with United
SEC filings reveal another dimension to United’s $10 million pre-delivery payment for 100 eVTOL aircraft...
FAA changes course on eVTOL certification
Electric air taxi startups in the U.S. stare down massive regulatory shift from FAA.