Eve Air to sell 150 air taxis

28 June 2023
Voar Aviation is one of three companies that have signed agreements to buy Eve Air Mobility air taxis. Source: Eve Air

Electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) startup Eve Air Mobility has signed a series of agreements that will see the company sell about 150 air taxis to three different aviation vendors.

The agreements include a 70 eVTOL aircraft deal with Voar Aviation of Brazil; a 30-air taxi deal with Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) of Ireland; and an agreement for 50 air taxis based in Scotland.

In the Voar Aviation deal, the air taxis will be operated in several locations in Brazil as well as expand operations across the country such as metropolitan areas such as Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Goiania, Vitoria, Florianopolis, Camboriu, Fortaleza, Natal, Recife and Salvador.

In the NAC agreement, the company will acquire 15 air taxis initially with the option to buy another 15. NAC said it will lease the eVTOLs to fleet operators, supporting the development of scaling of innovative transportation operations.

The two companies will focus on diversifying portfolios and technological advancement in the urban air mobility (UAM) market with a focus on electric aircraft and propulsion systems for a sustainable transportation.

Finally, the deal with Widerøe Zero for 50 eVTOLs includes services as well such as air taxi maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), component repair management, spare parts management, battery lifecycle management and data integration solutions. Operational solutions are also involved in the deal such as training services, consultancy services and on-site support.

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