Electric aircraft unknowns spur new approaches to leasing
Traditional leasing models will be challenged by novel aircraft like eVTOLs, at least in the early years...
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.
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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.
Even without flying, eVTOL takes up the air at Farnborough
An eVTOL roundup of the 2022 Farnborough International Airshow
Airlines lend brands for cheap eVTOL shares
Airlines’ eVTOL orders are mostly a marketing device, not a reliable indication of demand.
Three Points: Buffett units bet on UAM, Chorus acquires Falko, U.S./U.K. bilateral eVTOL cert
Issue No. 53
Absent 797, Boeing bets on Wisk’s autonomous moonshot
Boeing commits $450 million to electric air taxi developer Wisk, its first major investment since...
The daunting economics of taking an air taxi to work
Why commuting isn't such a great use case for eVTOLs.
Embraer SPAC deal reflects changed funding landscape for eVTOL developers
The boom in SPACs pumped billions into eVTOL development, but the funding vehicle is no longer the cash...