The Global Race for Air Mobility Supremacy: Who Are the Leading Players and Innovators ?

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The transportation landscape is on the cusp of a revolutionary transformation, with electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles (eVTOLs), flying cars, and electric planes poised to take flight and reshape how we travel. This burgeoning industry, often referred to as electric vertical aerospace (EVA), has ignited a global race for air mobility supremacy, attracting a multitude of stakeholders vying for a coveted position in the skies.

Airbus and ErlingKlinger by electricity

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ErlingKlinger has announced that the company will work with Airbus to electrify aircraft propulsion, more specifically in the area of ​​fuel cells. As the partnership progresses, a joint venture will be launched at a later stage.

Electric airplanes will become more widespread

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Founded in 1989, the Slovenian aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel is not one of the best-known players in the industry. However, the company, which manufactures gliders and small powered aircraft, has won numerous awards for its innovations, is a pioneer in eco-friendly aviation, and in 2007 produced the world’s first two-seater electric aircraft.

Electric Cessna

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The largest electric aircraft to date, a Cessna eCaravan, has successfully passed the test prescribed for it, bringing humanity one step closer to finally being able to travel on environmentally friendly aircraft. However, the most serious problem has still not been resolved.