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Archer | November 17, 2022
Archer Aviation Inc., a leader in electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, and E-One Moli Energy Corp. (Molicel), an industry-leading supplier of lithium-ion battery cells, today announced they have entered into a memorandum of understanding for Molicel to manufacture and supply the battery cells for Archer’s production electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, Midnight. Archer is focused on building an aircraft tailored to the needs of intra-city travel, optim...
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Vertical Aerospace | July 07, 2022
Vertical Aerospace a global aerospace and technology company that is pioneering zero emissions aviation, today announces a strategic partnership with E-One Moli Energy Corp a leading manufacturer of lithium-ion cells, to supply high power cylindrical cells for Vertical’s VX4 eVTOL aircraft.
With today’s announcement, Vertical has now secured the supply of market leading battery cells to develop the VX4 through to certification and entry into service, working with Molic...
Vertical Aerospace | July 18, 2022
Vertical Aerospace a global aerospace and technology company that is pioneering zero emissions aviation, today announces a partnership with Babcock International the aerospace, defence and security company to explore new applications for its VX4 eVTOL aircraft.
The VX4 has proven demand in the passenger transportation markets from established airline customers including Virgin Atlantic, aircraft lessors such as Avolon, and helicopter and tourism operators such as Bristow and Ibero...
Delta | October 13, 2020
Delta Air Lines sees an opportunity to do a little more regional flying due to changing living patterns in the United States. With new opportunities arising from people taking advantage of work from home programs, Delta could look at new options to medium- and small-sized destinations.
FlightGlobal reports that Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President of Network Planning at Delta Air Lines, believes that work from home programs at companies are leading Americans to abandon bigger, more expensi...
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