Aviation Week | September 17, 2021 The universe of potential customers for electric vertical-takeoff-and-landings aircraft has expanded, with the Brazilian franchisee for car rental company Europcar [...]
Europcar Brazil, announced plans to purchase 50 eGyro™ electrically powered vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft from Skyworks Aeronautics (“Skyworks”) for use in Brazil, the world’s fourth largest market for civil helicopters after the U.S., Russia and Canada. Europcar is the world’s third largest rental car company and leading mobility provider.
Dr. Berger previously served as Director of Electrification at Jaguar Land Rover Limited (“JLR”), the British multinational automotive subsidiary of Tata Motors. In this capacity, [...]
"Skyworks’ innovative solutions are well positioned in the current market environment, and I look forward with working with this very experienced team as the company [...]
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Mr. Jones added that, “Whilst this Certification Plan is commenced with the Hawk 5, all future Skyworks aircraft can follow this similar path. In fact, all successive aircraft to the Hawk 5 will not require CAA approval and inspection at each stage and can thus be progressed at Skyworks discretion, thus reducing certification time.”
Skyworks Aeronautics Announces the Order of 100 eGyro™ Electric Aircraft with Options for an Additional 100 by a Consortium of Mint Air and Mobius.energy
“The fundamental safety and performance advantages of the eGyro will enable Mint Air to accelerate the adoption of intra and inter-city passenger transport in Korea,” said Eugene Choi, Chief Executive Officer of Mint Air.
Moving forward with the commercialization of its cutting-edge gyroplane aircraft, Skyworks Aeronautics Corp. announced a $100 million investment commitment from GEM Global Yield LLC. The company plans to fast forward its development of the state-of-the-art electric gyroplane, eGyro™ air taxi geared towards urban air mobility, and the 400 mph VertiJet™ vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft that competes directly with helicopters, but at a much higher speed, longer range and lower operating cost. Executive Director, Brig. General (Ret) John E. Michel says: “This investment is key to scale up across several platforms.”
Skyworks Aeronautics Corp. announced on Feb. 8, a $100M investment commitment from GEM Global Yield LLC. Skyworks Aeronautics will use the funds to move forward with the commercialization of its cutting-edge gyroplane aircraft.